Journalists Spotlight

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.
Mon, 27/07/2015
Barat Batoor is an Afghan photojournalist who faced death threats because of his work. He documented his remarkable attempts to gain refuge in Australia, where he now resides after a harrowing journey to flee death threats in his home country.
Sun, 28/06/2015
Fasil Girma was working as a journalist in Ethiopia when he was subject to surveillance and threats from Ethiopian security forces. He fled to Nairobi where he now resides awaiting resettlement to a third location.
Tue, 16/06/2015
Editor-in-chief and journalist Mike Mukebayi from the DRC has been in jail since August 2014 with hopes for his timely release fading with each day that passes
Sun, 07/06/2015
Alaa Bayoumi is one of the six Al Jazeera journalists who were sentenced to 10 years in absentia by an Egyptian court last year.
Tue, 02/06/2015
In an interview with DCMF, the Minister of Information of Yemen, Nadia Sakkaf sheds light on the current challenges facing the Yemeni media
Tue, 19/05/2015
Balaknama is a unique newspaper which is managed by slum kids and focuses on issues affecting children living on the streets of India
Sun, 10/05/2015
Addressing culturally sensitive topics through cartoons in India has brought attention - some of it unwanted - to Kanika Mishra and her work

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