July/August – the Irish Times, the Guardian, the Thomson Reuters Foundation, RTE (selected)

Radio piece on an increase in poaching in Uganda’s national parks, World Report, RTE Radio One, Aug 30, 2020 (programme from around 12 minutes in)

‘Museveni deploys day of prayer in fight against coronavirus’, the Irish Times, Aug 30, 2020

‘”They will not open the airports”: Covid-19’s heavy toll on Ugandan tourism’, the Irish Times, Aug 20, 2020

‘Hundreds of children returned to Libya from Mediterranean in 2020’, the Irish Times, Aug 14, 2020

Book announcement, The Bookseller, Aug 13, 2020

‘Sudanese refugees protest in Niger desert camp’, the Irish Times, Aug 6, 2020

‘Calls for inquiry after migrants shot dead after being captured by Libyan coast guard’, the Irish Times, July 29, 2020

On RTE Drivetime with a report about Irish Aid for refugees in Uganda, RTE Radio One, July 28, 2020

‘Lockdown effort to curb drinking in Uganda has mixed results’, the Irish Times, July 28, 2020

‘Ugandan president will ‘crush’ protesters ahead of election’, the Irish Times, July 23, 2020

On Des’s Island Discs, RTE Radio One, July 22, 2020

‘Body floating for weeks in Mediterranean highlights ongoing drownings’, the Irish Times, July 18, 2020

‘In African villages, coronavirus sparks fears of a spike in malaria deaths’, the Thomson Reuters Foundation, July 15, 2020 (also in Spanish on El Pais)

‘Internet provides vital connection for Africa’s LGBT communities’, the Irish Times, July 15, 2020

On RTE World Report, talking about confirmed coronavirus cases in Africa topping half a million, RTE Radio One, July 12, 2020 (programme starts around 12 minutes in)

‘With schools closed, child labour on the rise in lockdown Uganda’, the Thomson Reuters Foundation, July 8, 2020

‘Refugee victims of Tajoura bombing still lie in unmarked graves one year on’, the Guardian, July 3, 2020

On the ‘Confronting Coronavirus’ podcast, the Irish Times, July 2, 2020

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