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Heba Aly
Crises | Journalism | Aid policy. Director of (formerly ). 2018 Young Global Leader. Watch my :
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Karen Hao Apr 22
As tech reporters we really need to move away from calling algorithms "objective"
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Refugees Deeply Apr 5
After 3+ wonderful years of Refugees Deeply, our platform is pausing due to resource constraints. Our archive will remain. To our amazing community: We thank you, deeply. A look back at some of our best work:
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James Wan Apr 19
You: "Look, how many times do I need to tell you! Africa isn't actually like all the stereotypes you see. It's not just this backwards place where people live alongside lions and snakes!" Africa:
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Malaka ~my book is out 4/30!~ Gharib Apr 17
i don't use this word all the time but DANG your content is LIT rn. the charts and graphs are awesome and i love your cheat sheet feature. also your treatment of the fragile states index was on point.
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Heba Aly Apr 18
“In recent months, militants have hidden bombs inside corpses to maim first responders.” The dogged on unexpected deterioration in a country once considered a beacon of coexistence and tolerance in West Africa.
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Ben Parker Apr 15
Trump had only cut overseas aid by 5 % in 2018 compared to 2017, according to US reporting to . This and more in the weekly roundup from
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Rowaida Abdelaziz Apr 10
SCOOP: I spoke to a DoD employee who has been separated from his wife for the last 2 years because of the Muslim Ban. Despite the fact he works everyday to protect national security — that’s not enough for his own employer, the US government, to let her in
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Heba Aly Apr 10
Replying to @fundforpeace
Post-Brexit, the dug into its historical data on the UK and found certain fragility indicators worsening for years in the lead-up to , at levels parraleled only by the likes of Syria, Yemen, and Libya. Incredible.
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Heba Aly Apr 10
We’re launching the 2019 together with in Geneva tonight. Watch the live-stream from , starting now:
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Heba Aly Apr 8
"Without liberal world order, global humanitarianism as we currently understand it is impossible." in the first issue of the new, open access Journal of Humanitarian Affairs published by (disclaimer: I sit on its advisory group)
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Heba Aly Apr 4
The environmental footprint of humanitarians - ripe territory for us at the 😊 (though I am no better when it comes to flying)
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The New Humanitarian (formerly IRIN News) Apr 2
Join , , and in Geneva for the launch of the 2019 . Register to attend on 10 April or watch the livestream, 18:15 CEST
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Heba Aly Apr 2
“You can’t just sit down in the middle of the desert for 40 years expecting something to happen.” How efforts to resolve a decades-long conflict in Western Sahara have stagnated ... and why some youth see renewed war as the only way forward.
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Heba Aly Mar 29
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Sarah Noble Mar 28
Full house today in Bern for discussion on fake news in humanitarian contexts with
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Heba Aly Mar 29
Yes I raised it!
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Heba Aly Mar 24
Seriously? Can we not just enjoy a gesture of solidarity and leadership so lacking in the world? Even this we have to criticize?
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Nieman Lab Mar 21
As the nature of international crises changes, audiences may be more compelled to consume journalism about them if only because they are more likely to be affected.
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On Our Radar Mar 21
Will 2019 be the year for international nonprofit journalism? If anyone will do it, it’s these guys
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Heba Aly Mar 22
"The orgs that publish crisis journalism have struggled to make it work financially, even if they’re nonprofits. The hopes to buck that trend." on the rise of (formerly IRIN News) and its drive for greater reach
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