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I am currently a PhD Candidate in the Department of Government and Politics at University of Maryland, College Park. My research focuses on international and comparative political economy, with special focus on gender economic issues in Latin America. I have previously worked as a freelance journalist, writing articles on politics, economics and development. You will find some of those articles in this profile.
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Istanbul based journalist; focusing mostly on press freedom & rock'n'roll. Turkey representative for the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). Regular contributor to Turkish music magazine Headbang; occasional stringer for various media outlets. Formerly worked at/for: Hürriyet Daily News, Bianet, setimes.com & Blue Jean.
North Carolina Based Reporter
Hailing from Jamaica but based In North Carolina, I cover the goings-on of North Carolina communities.
European affairs writer for Reuters
Brussels bureau chief for Reuters. Previously chief Lead Writer and editor for political and general news across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. In 25 years with Reuters, has reported widely on conflict, elections, society, economics, culture and sport from previous postings in Paris, Moscow, Berlin, London, Baghdad and Jerusalem.
Data Journalist interested in Education, Welfare and Technology
A recent graduate of City University London's pioneering Interactive Journalism MA, I'm currently honing critical data analysis and visualisation skills with the KnowledgeBase Marketing Group, part of Wunderman UK. Prior to this I completed work experience with the Guardian's Data Store, Hampstead and Highgate Express, Southwark News and the BBC College of Journalism. If you'd like to get in touch please email [email protected].
Journalist I Newsroom manager I Digital transformation leader
David Hickey is a London-based senior journalism leader and manager with nearly 20 years of experience working in newsrooms, including at the BBC and AP. He was most recently editor-in-chief at Newsflare, a platform that connects content creators and influencers with publishers and brands utilising AI and analytics. There, he worked across product and engineering to implement successful strategies for the curation, packaging and distribution of relevant content to clients including the New York Times, Reuters and Disney, allowing its newsroom to successfully scale. David's work has appeared online, in print and on television. His wide range of interviewees includes prime ministers, Nobel Laureates, whistleblowers and rebel leaders. He has produced stories from the field for national television on the turmoil of the Arab Spring (Libya, Egypt), the 2013 Gezi Park riots in Istanbul, Greece's financial collapse and President Obama's first visit to Israel and Palestine. His writing has been published by USA Today, Timeout, CNNGo and Wire among other publications.
freelance journalist, Scotland
[email protected] ------ Twitter: @Bob_Smyth ----- I was a news reporter and features writer and a sub on The Sunday Post (sundaypost.com) for 20 years and before that a sub on the Courier (thecourier.co.uk) in Dundee. I have a particular interest in crime and policing and have contributed to the Daily Record, Sunday Mail, Scottish Mail on Sunday, Scottish Daily Mail, Metro, Scottish Sun, Scottish Daily Express, Scottish Sunday Express, Daily Star Scotland, Daily Mirror, Sunday Post, Courier, Press & Journal, Scotsman, Sunday Herald and the Herald. I have highlighted the issue of potential miscarriages of justice in the controversial cases of Luke Mitchell, Michael Ross, Caroline Igoe, Sean Toal and Lockerbie.The story list below does not include all my contributions as several were unbylined to protect sources. Some also carry staff bylines. (Sorry, not in chronological order) CHECK OUT MY BOOK, Crimestopper (ghosted memoir of a retired detective) http://www.amazon.co.uk/Crimestopper-Fighting-Crime-Scotlands-Streets/dp/1845024966 Nominated - Scoop of the Year, Scottish Press Awards 2014
Jornalist / Editor, Lisbon, Portugal
Currently chief editor at Sábado Newsmagazine, Nuno covers a range of issues, including politics, foreign affairs and crime. At the weekly paper, O Independente, he covered International and European affairs. His most recent book, "Herois Contra o Terror", tells the story of Mário Nunes, the Portuguese that joined the YPG to fight ISIS. Previously he wrote "Os combatentes portugueses do Estado Islâmico", that profiles the Portuguese jihadists in ISIS and recounts the history of the group; and "Dias de Coragem e Amizade", a book that gathered 50 eyewitness accounts of former soldiers of the Portuguese Colonial War. Nuno can be reached at [email protected]