Giovanna Carneiro

A recent graduate from the Federal University of Pernambuco, Giovanna Carneiro has already worked as a reporter for the newspaper Folha de Pernambuco and for Marco Zero Content, as a freelancer. Additionally, Carneiro was a creator and collaborator on Revista Gruvi, an digital magazine that focuses on music and culture in the eastern Brazilian state

Aathira Perinchery

Aathira Perinchery is a trained wildlife biologist turned journalist whose writing focuses on ecology, conservation and wildlife research in India. Perinchery’s previous bylines can be found in The Wire, Mongabay-India, The Print and The Hindu, among others. She is also a grantee of the Earth Journalism Network.

Banjot Kaur

Banjot Kaur is a former correspondent at Down To Earth, as well as a correspondent and senior copy editor with Times of India and news producer at Asian News International. Before becoming a Report for the World corps member, she took part in the Thakur Foundation Fellowship in 2020 for an investigative reporting project centered

Kaushal Shroff

Kaushal Shroff is a business journalist with over 10 years of experience, including reporting with Financial Express and The Caravan. Obsessed with the markets and mortality, he spends his time reading books on market crashes and depressions, pouring over complex data sets, and uploading obscure poems to his Instagram handle.

Fábio Bispo

Fábio Bispo is an investigative reporter focused on political coverage, public transparency, data journalism and environmental issues. Prior to becoming a Report for the World corps member, Bispo worked in daily journalism in the Brazilian State of Santa Catarina and collaborated as a freelancer for Estadão, Revista Piauí, the Intercept, Congresso em Foco, Folha and

Qosim Suleiman

Qosim Suleiman is an education reporter with Premium Times. Prior to becoming a Report for the World corps member,, Suleiman was a 2020 fact-checking fellow with Dubawa, a project of the Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism, where he contributed to the curbing of information disorder in society. He was also involved in several reportages,

Chiamaka Okafor

Chiamaka is a diaspora reporter and opinion writer with Premium Times. Before becoming a Report for the World corps member, Okafor covered issues ranging from health and human rights to politics and gender inclusion. She has also gained technical experience in investigative journalism. She is a Thomson Reuters Foundation alumna and holds a Bachelor of

Julia Dolce

Julia Dolce is a reporter and photojournalist who has covered indigenous peoples and socio-environmental conflicts in both the Amazon and Brazil’s tropical savannah, known as the Cerrado. Dolce’s experience prior to becoming a Report for the World corps member includes reporting for the Agência Pública, the agribusiness observatory De Olho nos Ruralistas and the newspaper

Arnaldo Sete

Arnaldo Sete is a photographer with over five years of experience in the field, and based in Recife, the capital of the eastern Brazilian state of Pernambuco. Prior to joining Report for the World, Sete was a photojournalist at Diario de Pernambuco.His work in social documentary photography began with his first authorial work in 2017

The Wire

The Wire is an independent online news publisher from India. Founded in 2015, The Wire has gained wide-spread recognition and acclaim for its fearless style of journalism. As a publication, The Wire is firmly committed to the public interest and democratic values. Besides providing authoritative analysis and commentary, The Wire is a platform driven by