Alison Kentish, a journalist from the Caribbean, has carved out a niche for herself in environmental journalism and encourages others to cover the beat.
Manar Abdul Amir Al-Zubaidi is an Iraqi journalist whose publication addresses women's issues, highlights the role of media in combating violence against women and prepares reports about minorities.
In a country that has been a fixture in international news coverage, reporter and photojournalist Victoria Milko is one of the few Americans working in Myanmar full time.
Baqer Ebrahimi is a journalist based in Afghanistan, one of the most dangerous countries to be a journalist in, according to Reporters Without Borders. He shares his experiences and safety tips.
Undeterred by a challenging media environment, Saleck Zeid challenges the notion that investigative reporters don't exist in Mauritania.
Award-winning freelance journalist Patrick Egwu lives in Nigeria and reports on health, conflict, education and development.
Journalist Raihana Maqbool reports in Kashmir — a disputed territory between Pakistan and India. Although she works in a conflict zone, her stories are about much more than conflict.
Iranian journalist Kourosh Ziabari published his first piece at age eight, and has since been featured in publications all over the world. He shared his experiences and advice with IJNet.
From translating stories to reporting on the streets during the Arab uprisings, Nehal El-Sherif has had a diverse career. She spoke to IJNet about lessons and advice she's learned over the years.
Filipino journalist Jake Soriano works to fact-check and hold elected officials accountable. He spoke with IJNet about his motivations, challenges and advice for young journalists.
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