The situation in Afghanistan has reinforced the need for journalism as a purveyor of democracy through delivering stories that are based on truth, equal rights and freedom. When journalists are under threat, there needs to be a concerted, collective effort to provide safe spaces so
Over the past couple of months, five of our journalists have been working with media organisations through the Refugee Journalism Project’s new fellowship programme.
The fellowships will offer the journalists paid placements of between three and six months and access to training. The host companies in
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by Abdulwahab Tahhan
If you turn on your TV or pick up a newspaper, you might find some stories about refugees in Europe. Most of these stories are not reported by refugees themselves.
The refugees would be only the subject of an interview,
By Hilal Seven
I dedicate this article to the reporters who were at the frontline of the war that broke out in the south eastern part of Turkey in 2015.
During the 2015 Turkish curfews in Diyarbakır, I worked as a reporter and translator. Since I could
We looking for UK-based professional journalists with a refugee background who want to rebuild their careers. Between March and August, 15 selected participants will have the opportunity to acquire new media skills, publish journalistic content, and build professional networks through collaborations. In September, all participants
Liminality is the state of being in between; of belonging neither here nor there. With it comes disruption, anxiety and invisibility. But liminality is, however, a temporary state of existence, so with it also comes the hope of future transformation and empowerment.
This was the theme
This animation, based on Fuller's writing, depicts the UK's "hostile immigration
environment" as a fairytale, drawing on elements of the government's approach
which have impacted and destroyed the lives of thousands of non-EU nationals.
As Home Secretary in 2012, Theresa May's policy introduced a cruel new approach
The term resilience is frequently woven into complex narratives of migration. Understandably so. Surviving torture, imprisonment, homelessness or conflict, and then starting again in an unfamiliar, possibly hostile new country takes a depth of resilience that fortunately most of us will never require.
By Dalia Dawood
How can creative practices positively contribute to the way refugees tell their stories and how they are perceived by Western audiences? This is what four UAL students who have collaborated with the Refugee Journalism Project have considered when applying their respective artistic disciplines
Refugee Journalism Project (RJP) is calling for media associations, freedom of expression organizations, campaigners, publishers and former employees of shuttered media outlets to contribute to a piece of work that will represent the fight against global censorship, by donating copies of banned books, magazines and