April/May/June – Thomson Reuters Foundation, RTE, IJNET, Well Told, New Statesman (selected)

‘A week of bombings in the birthplace of Boko Haram’, the Irish Times, June 30, 2017

BK9B8904A young boy lies in a ward for the weapon-wounded in Maiduguri State Specialist Hospital, Borno State, Nigeria.

Radio report from Maiduguri, northeast Nigeria, as the city marks Eid at a time of heightened tensions in the conflict with Boko Haram (from about 12), RTE, June 25, 2017

BK9B8927A woman cradles her malnourished daughter at an MSF clinic in Maiduguri, northeast Nigeria. Some 450,000 children in the region are expected to suffer from severe acute malnourishment this year  

‘Missing Efrem: the human story of our government’s failure to care for child refugees’, the New Statesman, June 20, 2017

‘The map maker who finds the bodies in Ethiopia’s land battle’, Place/Thomson Reuters Foundation, June 20, 2017 (Also up on Reuters, AllAfrica, Kenya’s Star. This is part of a bigger package on resource and land conflicts across the world which saw the pictures of some of the murdered displaced in New York’s Times Square and London’s Canary Wharf)

‘Activists occupy former British women’s prison in protest against cuts’, Thomson Reuters Foundation, June 2, 2017

Radio report from Anjar, an Armenian town two miles from the Syrian border in Lebanon (from about 12), RTE, May 28, 2017

welltoldSpoke on a panel on freelancing at WellTold, the UK’s first longform/narrative journalism conference. Photo via @suchandrikac. The talk was written up by journalism.co.uk.

‘IJNET Journalist of the month: Sally Hayden’, May 16, 2017 (in Russian, Persian, Portuguese and Spanish)

Radio report on Syria’s Christians (from about 12), RTE, May 14, 2017

BK9B8229Syrian refugee child in an informal camp in Bekaa Valley, eastern Lebanon, Apr 27, 2017

‘Online ads target Britain’s homeless youths with offer of shelter for sex: charity’, Thomson Reuters Foundation, Apr 13, 2017 (republished by DNA India & others)

‘Hungarian charities fear proposed law aims to “discredit” them’, Thomson Reuters Foundation, Apr 5, 2017

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