Journalist Mazen Darwish, who won 2015 UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize, is from which country?
Syrian journalist Mazen Darwish won the 2015 UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize. Darwish is Syrian journalist and human rights activist, currently imprisoned. An independent international jury of media professionals recommended Mazen Darwish in recognition of the work he has carried out in Syria for more than ten years at great personal sacrifice, enduring a travel ban, harassment, as well as repeated detention and torture. Darwish, a lawyer and press freedom advocate, is the president of the Syrian Centre for Media and Freedom of Expression (CMFE), founded in 2004, and one of the founders of the Voice newspaper and syriaview.net, an independent news site banned by the Syrian authorities. In 2011, Darwish established Media Club, the first Syrian magazine about media affairs.Reference