Dear Journalist Colleagues…

August 10, 2011

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Dear journalist colleagues, I thought some of you might be interested in a friend of mine: Musarrat Ullah Jan. I met Musarrat whilst in Thailand, attending a media and meditation seminar we had both been selected to join. Musarrat lives and works in Peshawar, a conflict-torn city in the north of Pakistan. His job is […]

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The World is Talking, Are You Listening?

June 17, 2011

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Like Global Voices on Facebook to find out more about the stories mainstream media isn’t talking about…

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Special Coverage Success

May 2, 2011

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Global Voices’ coverage of the recent unrest in the Middle East, North Africa and West Africa has been a fascinating thing to be part of. Our authors, translators and editors have done such incredible work, mostly completely voluntary, in bringing important stories and voices to mainstream attention.

Making Sense of the World: Global Voices

February 6, 2011

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I’m pleased and proud to be starting work with citizen media organisation Global Voices.

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Memoirs of a Luxury Travel Magazine Editor (Inbound Asia Magazine, Winter 2010/2011)

January 20, 2011

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Sadly, this piece was in the final print edition of Inbound Asia Magazine. It was a great opportunity to have once been part of this publication, both as editor and then as a contributing author. Its decline represents the crisis in the print publishing industry very personally to me. Published Winter 2010/2011 in Inbound Asia […]

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European Wikileaks Spin-off Launches (ejc.net, December 13, 2010)

December 13, 2010

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This exclusive story just came from checking out the European Journalism Centre’s twitter stream one Friday afternoon. It turned into a real coup – I was one of the first journalists to contact new whistleblower organisation Brussels Leaks. The interview was conducted over an anonymous secure email link. The article was picked up by both […]

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Love and the Lens: A Tale of Immense Courage

November 2, 2010

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As I come to the end of my current position as the online/multimedia editor of the European Journalism Centre, of all the work I have produced and managed for them I am most proud of the story of Saadia Sehar, Pakistan’s first female photojournalist. I met Saadia on the EJC’s Online Journalism Community, which I was […]

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