Spoke about the situation for refugees in Libya on Al Jazeera’s ‘The Stream’, Sept 20, 2018
Named as a finalist in the freelance category of the Kurt Schork Memorial Awards, 2018
Collecting first prize, print, in the Migration Media Awards in Tunis, Sept 18, 2018
Latest From Our Own Correspondent talking about how my motorbike driver said he used to be ex-LRA commander Dominic Ongwen’s babysitter, BBC Radio Four, Sept 15, 2018
My photo from Liberia’s Tuberculosis Annex was in the Observer, Sept 15, 2018
‘”Live free or die trying on the sea”: Limbo in Libya for unregistered refugees’, the Irish Times, Sept 12, 2018
I was interviewed by the American News Media Alliance, who have named me a ‘2018 Rising Star’. Sept 9, 2018
‘Libyen: “Wir sind keine Tiere”‘, ZEIT Online, Sept 6, 2018
I was on BBC’s Newsday talking about the migrants I’m in touch with in Libya. BBC World Service, Sept 6, 2018
‘Refugees and migrants scatter across Libya as conflict escalates’, the Irish Times, Sept 5, 2018 (I was also on the Irish Times World View podcast)
Nice to find out we won first prize in the European Migration Media Awards for this story about Syrian refugee returns.
‘Migrants in Libya detention centre say their lives are in peril’, Irish Times, Aug 28, 2018 (this report was referenced in UNHCR’s update to its policy, in which they said Libya is no longer a safe country for returns)
My tweets about the situation for Libyan migrants after fighting broke out in Tripoli were seen more than 2 million times. (Mentioned by SBS, Open Migration, Telepolis)
My reporting on Syrian refugees returning home was mentioned on BBC Newshour, Aug 17, 2018
‘Kidnapped as children, they escaped from Kony’s LRA to be reunited with their families in Uganda’, the Washington Post, Aug 13, 2018
Owong Sam, abducted by the LRA aged nine, is reunited with his mother in northern Uganda after sixteen years apart.
Radio report about visiting a Gambian village where a 2016 witch hunt took place, RTE World Report, Aug 5, 2018 (programme from 11.30)
A photo from Kamfenda, in Gambia’s Foni region, the site of a 2016 witch hunt ordered by ex-president Yahya Jammeh.
I was interviewed by Women in Foreign Policy.