Muhammad Iftikhar Khan

Muhammad Iftikhar Khan is a Peshawar-based, award-winning, multimedia journalist. He holds a Master’s degree in Journalism from University of Peshawar and has worked with many news organizations since 2010. Khan is actively engaged in the reporting and editing of text and visual stories from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He has covered various news beats including climate change,

Franklin Villavicencio

Franklin Villavicencio is a Nicaraguan journalist with experience writing for print, digital and TV. He has worked for La Prensa Literaria, Revista Niú, Confidencial, Revista Factum and others. In 2021 he joined Divergentes, where he has produced three seasons of its podcast and multiple multimedia stories. In 2022 he was awarded the Ortega y Gasset

Kellys Portillo

Kellys Portillo is a Salvadoran photojournalist focused on telling stories about gender, environment and indigenous issues. Her photographs have been part of the ESFOTO 2022 selection, a Latin American photojournalism festival that compiles the best images of the region. She is currently the photojournalist for the feminist digital media, Alharaca.

Lilia Balam

Lilia Balam is an investigative journalist and photojournalist. She has collaborated with media outlets such as Die Zeit, Gatopardo, Coolt, Volcánicas, Distintas Latitudes, Sin Embargo, Pie de Página and Memorias de Nómada, covering human rights, gender, health and environmental issues. She belongs to the fifth generation of the Latin American Network of Young Journalists (#RedLATAM),

Koena Evelyn Mashale

Koena Evelyn Mashale is a journalist with a degree from Tshwane University of Technology and currently participating in an advanced program at the same institution. She has experience working for local publications in Johannesburg. Her focus at Sowetan will be on immigration.

Vaishnavi Rathore

Vaishnavi is a climate and land reporter with Scroll.in. Prior to that, between 2019 and 2022 she worked as an environment lead with The Bastion, a development journalism portal based in India. Here, she took lead on environment analysis and ground reports around land, rivers, forests, and climate in rural and urban India. Vaishnavi is

Ghiovani Hinojosa Navarro

Ghiovani Hinojosa Navarro is a Peruvian journalist with more than a decade of experience. He has worked for local media like Hildebrandt en sus trece and La República. In 2012, he won the National Journalism Award Juan Landázuri Ricketts in the category of print journalism. He has a Masters in investigative journalism from the Universidad

Violeta Santiago

Violeta Santiago is a journalist with experience in daily news coverage, narrative and investigative reporting. She is focused on human rights, violence and environmental issues. Prior to becoming a Report for the World corps member, she worked and collaborated with several media outlets like Aristegui Noticias, Gatopardo, El País, Vice News and Corriente Alterna. She’s

Daniel Ojukwu

Daniel Ojukwu previously worked with IBrandTV as an investigative reporter and broadcaster, telling stories of injustice and police brutality. He was in the forefront of covering the 2020 #EndSARS protests and subsequent anniversary protests, all of which were raided by the Police. He was a Law and Crimes reporter at the Daily Times of Nigeria

Segun Ige

Segun Ige, a graduate of English language from the University of Lagos, is a seasoned writer and public speaker. A former Community Reporter with NestHogins, where he was a voice for the voiceless with his numerous people-centered reports, Ige has three years of community reporting experience. He is particularly interested in covering under-reported stories.