May/June – Irish Times, BBC, the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the Guardian, RTE, the Telegraph, Voice of America (selected)

‘Black Lives Matter puts focus on skin bleaching in Africa and Asia’, the Irish Times, June 23, 2020

Radio report about the challenges facing refugees in Khartoum, Sudan, during lockdown, Voice of America, June 18, 2020 (from 19.25)

‘Coronavirus: Uganda’s street children bear brunt of pandemic’, the Irish Times, June 17, 2020

e_xp4JSQChildren line up to receive free meals in Gulu, northern Uganda, April 2020

‘Sex workers’ prices plummet as coronavirus leaves them without protection’, the Irish Times, June 15, 2020

‘Thousands seek to remove colonialists’ names from Uganda’s streets’, the Irish Times, June 11, 2020

‘”There is violence in the house”: children living under one of Africa’s strictest lockdowns risk abuse’, the Telegraph, June 3, 2020

‘Activist crosses Uganda on a motorbike to deliver suncream to people with albinism’, the Irish Times, June 2, 2020

On World Report from the South-Sudan/Uganda border, RTE Radio One, May 31, 2020 (from 11.50 mins in)

rb18TyHwAt a checkpoint on the border between South Sudan and Uganda, May 2020

‘Weakened by civil war, South Sudanese surrender to coronavirus’, the Irish Times, May 30, 2020

‘”I realised my body was burning”: police brutality in Uganda lockdown’, the Guardian, May 28, 2020

‘At least 10,000 died in military detention in Nigeria’, the Irish Times, May 27, 2020

‘Migrant (39) who failed to reach Europe dies in Libyan detention centre’, the Irish Times, May 25, 2020

‘Uganda women fear food shortages will make coronavirus and HIV a deadly mix’, the Thomson Reuters Foundation, May 21, 2020

‘In Uganda, radio brings together couples separated by coronavirus’, the Irish Times, May 20, 2020

‘Activists protest at coronavirus-related “hunger pandemic” in Uganda’, the Irish Times, May 18, 2020

‘Sudanese avoid hospital as coronavirus cases surge’, the Irish Times, May 17, 2020

Was on ‘Newsday’ talking about the situation for refugees in Libya, BBC World Service, May 13, 2020

‘Coronavirus: “You can risk your life as long you are doing the right thing”‘, the Irish Times, May 6, 2020 (listed in Press Gazette’s ‘best journalism of the pandemic’)

For World Press Freedom Day: ‘The stories that will never be told’, Irish Times, May 4, 2020

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