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Emmeline Booth
Frenglish interested in all things humanitarian. Outreach & other things (). grad.
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IRIN News Nov 8
Thank you to our wonderful speakers and listeners who joined IRIN's first-ever webinar "In conversation with IRIN" on militancy in the Sahel. Keep an eye out for future coverage here:
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IRIN News Nov 8
Join us today at 1 pm Geneva time for a live webinar on countering militancy in the Sahel! Send questions with and follow this thread for highlights of our talk. Register free here:
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IRIN News Oct 18
Are you a web developer after a new challenge? We are hiring! Check out the position and apply:
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IRIN News Oct 19
Protests and sceptics shape UK aid conference
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AidworkerJesus Oct 18
And God said unto His Summit: Henceforth, this new holy system shalt banish all bad apples from the Garden of Aidin’. And Eve said, O Lord! I hath some knowledge on this subject of bad apples. And God said, O Christ, how did she get in here.
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Mel Bunce Sep 27
Come along to on October 15th for launch of our new report on 'The state of humanitarian journalism'. We'll be joined by a brilliant group of journos from & more. Full info & free sign up:
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IRIN News Sep 20
LIVE NOW on our Facebook page: - a panel on leveraging refugees’ talents, moderated by , to launch the Refugee Self-Reliance Initiative.
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Emmeline Booth Aug 20
IRIN is looking for an experienced editor to lead our investigative and enterprise coverage - don't miss this chance to join our wonderful team!
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Emmeline Booth Jul 27
Absolute must-read from on finding little Othman, first met in an Iraq desert camp in 2016. Through one boy's story, learn about the past, present & future of millions of displaced Iraqis
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IRIN News Jun 20
A record 68.5 million people around the world remained displaced at the end of 2017 as a result of persecution, conflict, violence, or human rights violations. Today, on , here’s a look at the lives of refugees around the world.
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Andrew Gully Jun 19
Kicking off a multi-part special on the challenges and choices facing sub-Saharan migrants in the wake of EU, African dealmaking is this heart-wrenching story from
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Heba Aly May 13
We appeal to the Congolese government to re-admit contributor . It is vital that independent media cover forgotten conflicts in DRC and the impact on civilians. He was one of few journalists doing that.
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IRIN News May 1
Does the mainstream media coverage of humanitarian crises do justice to critical issues? Apparently not, according to a new consumer survey.
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IRIN News Apr 12
IRIN was born in Nairobi, and sub-Saharan Africa remains an integral focus of our work. Lead our coverage of sub-Saharan Africa as our new Africa Editor. Application deadline: 25 April
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IRIN News Mar 22
Thank you for watching. The full video recording of the event is now available on our website:
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Andrew Gully Mar 22
HAPPENING NOW - Tune in via this livestream to event asking how the humanitarian/aid community should respond to this moment (in the wake of the Oxfam and Save the Children scandals)
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Annie Slemrod Mar 21
If you are not in Geneva but interested in this discussion on meets , you can livestream and send questions for the panel
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IRIN News 15 Aug 17
Help us take humanitarian journalism to the next level. Be ’ first Executive Editor: Deadline: 17 Sep 2017
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