Leandro Amaya was born in Cancas, Peru, in 1993. He has worked as an independent journalists specialized in climate, environmental and social conflict features. His long-form stories have been recognized with awards in Peru and abroad. In 2020 he received the Young Journalist Award from the Thomson Foundation the Foreign Press Association London (FPA). In
Abimbola Abatta is a journalist and poet based in Nigeria. She is passionate about stories that revolve around human rights, social injustice, and marginalized people. She currently writes for the Foundation for Investigative Journalism (FIJ). She was a fellow at African Liberty Writing Fellowship (2021-2022). She was also a general-beat reporter at Nigerian NewsDirect (2020-2022).
Jacqueline Maria da Silva is a reporter for Agência Mural and a correspondent for Cidade Ademar, a low-income area in São Paulo’s south zone, since 2021. She graduated in journalism from Nove de Julho University and physiotherapy from São Camilo University Center. She was a volunteer reporter for the websites: ONG LGBT+ do Brasil, Agência
Lynnia Ngwenya is an early-career journalist with two years’ experience as a reporter. She has been covering health, education, and the environment for various local news organizations. She joins The Citizen Bulletin as a full-time health reporter and will specifically focus on the southern part of the Matabeleland region.
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 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
Zita Szopkó is a Hungarian-based journalist working for Atlatszo, with two years of experience in investigative journalism. She is focused on public transparency, corruption, data journalism, disinformation, and fake news. She holds a master’s degree in Communication and Media Studies from the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. Zita Szopkó is also the editor of the