‘Child migrants return to Calais hoping to cross to Britain in new year’, Thomson Reuters Foundation, Dec 29, 2016 (republished by New York Times, Euronews, etc. I later spoke about this report on Talk Radio)
I did the words/reporting for these five stories from northern Iraq (with Oxfam).
Interviewing a beautician in Jalawla, northern Iraq, for Oxfam. Photo by Tegid Cartwright.
‘Trump’s wall: In Central America, migrants are undeterred’, Irish Times, Dec 19, 2016
A Cuban migrant cutting another’s hair outside a shelter in Panama City, for the Irish Times.
Delighted to have been chosen for a fellowship to cover the International Anti-Corruption Conference in Panama from December 1-4.
‘”Attack the messenger, not the message”: Removing the stigma from whistleblowing’, IACC, Dec 3, 2016
‘Panama Papers: Cooperation among journalists makes the difference between national and global impact’, IACC, Dec 2, 2016
Contributed several pieces to the new Financial Times guide to Dublin, check it out here: https://hiddencities.ft.com/dublin
‘Brooklyn by the Liffey’ – on urban village Stoneybatter.
‘The return of the natives’ – on post-recession restaurant culture.
‘The Reel Deal’ – on traditional music outside of Temple Bar.
‘Coast with the most’ – on coastal suburb Howth.
Reporting on protests over development at Ramlet el Baida, Beirut’s last remaining public beach, for thisisplace.org/Thomson Reuters Foundation
‘Barricades on the beach: Beirut residents fight for their waterfront’, Thomson Reuters Foundation, Dec 2, 2016 (republished by Channel News Asia & others.)
Photos available via the Reuters wire: pictures.reuters.com. Later used by the Guardian, the Atlantic’s Citylab, Brookings Institution & L’Orient-Le Jour, among others. One was chosen as Al Monitor’s ‘Lebanon photo of the day.’