Vaishnavi Rathore

Vaishnavi is a climate and land reporter with 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

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

Zita Szopkó

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

Aldem Bourscheit

Brazilian Luxembourgian journalist covering for more than two decades stories on Nature Conservation, Science, Environmental Crimes, Traditional and Indigenous Communities. Worked in newspapers, radio stations, federal and state governments, non-governmental organizations and private sector. Post-graduate in Environment, Economy and Society from the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences – Flacso (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Specialized also

Prajwal Bhat

Prajwal Bhat is a journalist based in India with five years of experience covering stories on human rights and civil liberties. He writes for The News Minute, a leading digital news publication, focusing on stories about the social, political and economic experiences of India’s diverse communities with a particular focus on religious and caste minorities.

Sukanya Shaji

Sukanya is a lawyer-turned-journalist with experience in writing, editing, development communication, and advertising. She holds a graduation in law, a post-graduation in philosophy, and a post-graduate diploma in print journalism. Her journalistic work is deeply focused on gender and intersectionalities, and they appear in Feminism In India, True Copy Think, and The News Minute. She

Nolina Minj

Nolina Minj is a researcher turned reporter with over five years of experience in research, writing and editing on gender and indigenous issues in the development sector. She has an Erasmus Mundus Master’s in Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies and will soon receive an MPhil in Inclusive Development and Social Justice. She has previously written

Jullie Pereira

Jullie Pereira, a graduate of Federal University of Amazonas (Ufam), founded, in 2020, Abaré, an organization focused on local journalism and media education, based in Manaus. She has worked for local outlets, covered social-environmental issues for Amazônia Real, and also has been publishing in national outlets such as Folha de S. Paulo, Uol TAB, and

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