Monthly Archives: February 2018

February/March – Thomson Reuters Foundation, the Irish Times, RTE, the Guardian, ELLE, the New Internationalist (selected)

Radio report on a “kleptocracy tour” around London (from 01:50:10), RTE Drivetime, Mar 26, 2018

‘Facebook used to cripple opposition in run-up to Cambodia’s elections’, the Irish Times, Mar 20, 2018

‘Arrests and torture of Syrian refugees returning home reported’, the Irish Times, Mar 17, 2018 (Arabic write-up in Der Telegraph)

‘Why are victims of FGM ending up in prison?’, ELLE, Mar 12, 2018

‘Between Sudan and a hard place’, New Internationalist, March 2018 issue

BK9B9899An Eritrean teenager poses in a dormitory in Shagarab refugee camp, eastern Sudan.

A report from northern Uganda on the ICC Trust Fund for Victims visit (from 01.53:30), RTE Drivetime, Feb 22, 2018

A report from Aleppo’s historic Baron Hotel (from about 11.30 in), RTE Radio One, Feb 11, 2018

S_Hayden_120218_3The bar in Aleppo’s Baron Hotel, which was close to the frontline before the city was retaken by government forces. More photos here

A self-reported, self-edited package on Irish aid in northeast Uganda on RTE Drivetime, Feb 6, 2018 (from about 73 mins in)

‘”We’ve seen too many girls bleed to death”: eradicating FGM in Uganda’, the Irish Times, Feb 6, 2018

BK9B0233Photographing former “cutters” in northeast Uganda. More photos here

Spoke about FGM on World View, the Irish Times’s weekly podcast, Feb 6, 2018

‘Schools act as havens for girls fleeing FGM, marriage in Uganda’, Thomson Reuters Foundation, Feb 6, 2018 (also on Voice of AmericaKenyan News, All Africa, Citizen TV Kenya)

BK9B0498Young girls who fled home after their families tried to marry them off or perform FGM on them. Karamoja, northeast Uganda.

Some of my photos from Uganda were also in the Guardian and used by SBS.

I was also honoured to be named a finalist for Amnesty International’s Gaby Rado award for best new journalist.

And I was interviewed about clothes for the podcast Layers.

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