Interviewed on the Popular Front podcast about the situation for refugees in Libya, October 23, 2019
‘Vulnerable child and women refugees refused evacuation from Libya’, Al Jazeera, October 22, 2019
Nominated for best ‘foreign coverage’ at the Newsbrands Irish Journalism Awards, October 22, 2019.
On ‘World Report’ speaking about interviewing a child ADF escapee in the DR Congo, RTE Radio One, October 13, 2019
Spoke at a panel on whistleblower protection at Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival, Washington DC, October 11, 2019
‘The U.N. Is Leaving Migrants to Die in Libya’, Foreign Policy, October 10, 2019 (also on Foreign Policy’s ‘First Person’ podcast. One of Foreign Policy’s five best longreads of 2019)
On BBC’s ‘From Our Own Correspondent’, talking about spending time with Bobi Wine, Radio 4, October 10, 2019 (also on World Service)
‘Popstar Bobi Wine escapes house arrest in daring motorbike stunt’, CNN International, October 9, 2019
A press conference in Kampala with opposition politician/musician Bobi Wine, on October 1, 2019.
Interviewed for this exhibition in the Pompidou Centre, which is running from October 2019 to February 2020.
Announced as one of this fall’s Logan nonfiction fellows at the Carey Institute for Global Good.
Named a finalist in the Kurt Schork Memorial Awards for International Journalism, 2019.
Bobi Bobi Wine, aka Robert Kyagulanyi, addresses crowds at a rally in Hoima, western Uganda, on September 24, 2019. More photos here.
‘”Maybe they can forget us there”: Refugees in Libya await move to Rwanda’, the Irish Times, Sept 17, 2019
‘Guards accused of rape and torture of migrants arrested in Italy’, the Irish Times, Sept 16, 2019
Mentioned in the Trinity alumni magazine, autumn issue.