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Pascale Bonnefoy covers Chile for GlobalPost. She has contributed stories on political, economic, environmental, human rights and social events in Chile to local and international media. She has been stringer in Santiago for the Washington Post and correspondent for Latin America Press and Catholic News Service. Bonnefoy has worked as researcher and assistant producer for documentaries broadcast on CBS, Discovery Channel and PBS, and with local Chilean documentary and television producers. She has done considerable work as an independent investigative reporter and has been a freelance contributor to Chilean papers and magazines. She was international editor for the online paper El Mostrador and producer for the investigative journalism program "Contacto”, in Channel 13. She has taught investigative journalism at the University of Chile and the UNIACC University in Santiago and international journalism at the Vina del Mar University. More recently, she worked in the Public Information Section of the UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean in Santiago. She currently strings for the New York Times and coordinates Archivos Chile, a university-based organization that uses the transparency law to retrieve and publish information on Chile’s recent past. In 2005, she published the award-winning book "Terrorismo de Estadio" about operations at the National Stadium in Santiago, when it was used as a detention camp after the 1973 military coup. Bonnefoy graduated from George Washington University with a degree in international affairs, and she holds a journalism degree from the University of Santiago. She is currently pursuing a master's degree in international studies from the University of Chile.