Leandro Amaya

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

Layla Yammine

Layla Yammine is a journalist and researcher based in Beirut, Lebanon. She is a staff journalist at The Public Source, where she reports on the public sector, political affairs, and social justice-related issues. She holds a degree in media studies from the Lebanese University.

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,

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),

Eman El-Sherbiny

Eman is a digital investigator and reporter tracking and documenting human rights violations and military aggression using digital forensics. In the past, she worked for the Centre for Information Resilience on the Eyes on Russia project and before that has led open source investigations at Sudanese Archive. She has done news and longform reporting for

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

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.

Cleberson Santos

Cleberson Santos is a reporter for Agência Mural and a correspondent for Capão Redondo, low-income area in São Paulo’s south zone, since 2019. He graduated in journalism from Anhembi Morumbi University, and worked for Terra and Rádio Jovem Pan websites, both in the sports section. He was also a freelancer at UOL website, producing content

Nathallia Fonseca

Journalist graduated from the Federal University of Pernambuco (Northeast region of Brazil), Nathallia Fonseca has experience in productions for hard and soft news, communication consultancy and audiovisual. In terms of gender research, she won the 41st Vladimir Herzog Prize for her comic book TIRA and the Pacheco Jordão Prize for the documentary “Quase da Família”

Calvin Manika

Calvin Manika is a journalist with five years of practicing experience. He has worked with Al Jazeera, The Continent and The Independent UK. In the past two years he has worked with The Citizen Bulletin part-time reporting on environment, public health, elections, and economic and social justice. Manika joins The Citizen Bulletin as a full