Journalist, MG is a survivor of torture and a member of Write to Life - a creative writing and performance group that allows survivors to get their voices heard. She wanted to share this letter with you so that you can see what a difference your support
Ernest Zhanaev meets international journalists at a London Newsrewired conference in a discussion around whether global news organisations are doing enough to ensure local communities are heard and here is what he found:
My location is Reuters, Canary Wharf, London and I am in an environment which can be
Kerim Balci mulls over the passing of the old guard to the new at the UK's only longform and narrative gathering, CIJ's Well Told festival.
“Storytelling can change the world,” read the cover of a book by Ken Burnett, embellishing the showcase of a charity shop
by Michelle Fuller
I am woman
Intricately woven by the master’s hand,
Layers upon layers of perfection.
I am a masterpiece –
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Intricately woven by the master’s hand.
Not slave to consequence or to bruises by a man’s hand.
I am a masterpiece –
By Zouhir Al-Shimale
I began my journalism career as a civilian reporting on the ground in Aleppo, Syria, my hometown. I didn’t have an education in journalism. On the ground, I learned how to tell the stories of the people of Syria, with a truthful insight
By Ernest Zhanaev
It is a crisp February morning and I am on the train heading to the Refugee Week Conference hosted at Coventry Cathedral. It's the city where before the Norman Conquest, Lady Godiva entered naked in a merciful plea to her husband, the Earl
by Hasnaa Omar
You might wonder about those Syrian refugees drowning in the sea as they try to reach European countries in a rubber boat carrying many families, women and children. Why take this risk running away from the Arabic countries that have given them refuge
2019 could be an extraordinary time for Bangladesh. More than 18 billion Bangladeshi people are waiting for a remarkable change for the first time in a decade. After a long time, an election is going to held with the participation of all vital political parties.
More than a mentoring scheme, the Refugee Journalism Project primarily aims to place and offer job opportunities and experience to exiled journalists in the UK. Fardous Bahbouh, a participant talks about a recent project she has been involved in through the RJF.
by Fardous Bahbouh
The Refugee Journalism Project Coordinator, Tessa Hughes, and project participant, Abdulwahab Tahhan, recently took part in the Southern Europe Migrant Dilemmas: Better Integration Methods Project. Here they share their experiences of the initiative.
The event took place in southern Italy and was attended by a team of volunteers