Journalists Spotlight

Wed, 18/01/2017
Journalist Mayada Ashraf was killed in March 2014, and questions remain over the individual or group responsible for her death
Thu, 10/11/2016
Andrew Lwanga was beaten by a police official while covering a youth demonstration. He has suffered horrific injuries, and still awaits justice in his case, despite evidence seemingly proving his side of the story.
Thu, 29/09/2016
AFP videojournalist Karam Al-Masri tells his story of working in Aleppo and the unimaginable difficulties he has experienced
Thu, 11/08/2016
Giles Duley is an award-winning British photojournalist who is committed to telling the human stories of conflict and its victims. DCMF spoke to Duley about the current migrant situation in Europe, and how the story is being covered
Mon, 15/02/2016
Award winning investigative Mwape Kumwenda speaks to DCMF about what inspires her to keep on working despite the threats and dangers she has faced through her work in Zambia
Thu, 28/01/2016
What happens when Ghanaian journalists are given "too much freedom" to operate?
Thu, 29/10/2015
Somali journalist Ahmed Nuur Ibrahim was forced to choose between continuing his profession and being forced to flee his country, or facing death threats at home
Mon, 17/08/2015
In war-ravaged Somalia, journalism remains one of the riskiest jobs, as media practitioners find themselves caught between armed militants and a security-driven administration.

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