There are many examples of balanced reporting on migration and asylum issues, as well as reporting that highlights sometimes hidden aspects of the causes of migration, and the challenges and opportunities migrants and refugees encounter. Here are some examples:
Collaborative reportage on the Venezuelan displacement crisis. The story won the Gabo award 2018.
Reportage on the quest of Mariam, a Syrian woman, to recover from torture traumas. Today in Lebanon, Mariam is learning with the help of therapists to cope with her ordeal in Assad’s prisons. The goal is not to forget the bad memories, but to adapt. The story is one of the 2019 English language winner of the Migration Media Award
The following reports were made during the Changing the Narrative: Cross-regional representation of migrants and refugees project carried about by WACC Africa, WACC Europe and WACC Middle East:
Refugee Journalism Project (London College of Communication, British Refugee Council University of Derby, Guardian Foundation, Centre for Investigative Journalism and Google News Initiative)
The Refugee Journalism Project supports refugee and exiled journalists to re-start their careers in the UK. The project’s core aims are to:
The organisation is a non-profit association of journalists with diverse backgrounds and competencies, committed to furthering diversity in the media in Germany. The projects carried out seek to: