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Sally Hayden
Journalist currently focused on migration, conflict & humanitarian crises. Tips/commissions: sallyhayd@gmail.com Signal/Whatsapp: +447474737013 (not phone #)
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Mark Anderson 23m
JOB: is hiring an additional Africa Editor to join and I. Preference will be given to West African applicants with 5+ years of investigative experience as editors & senior reporters. Apply by 31 July. Get in touch with any questions.
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Sally Hayden 15h
Anyone writing a book in Kampala? Please dm.
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Sally Hayden 20h
Replying to @Baashirrr
No, never.
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Sally Hayden 23h
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Messages from Zintan detention centre last night: "Still, we are alive." They're expressing appreciation for MSF, who have begun working in the centre. Again, this is the dc where at least 22 people have died & a recent UN report said more than 80% may have tuberculosis.
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The Salt Lake Tribune Jun 22
The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board believes we need to call migrant camps what they really are — concentration camps
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Sally Hayden Jun 23
Some of the posters up around eastern DR Congo, warning people of the risk of Ebola.
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Sally Hayden Jun 23
Replying to @sallyhayd
Messages today from Zawiya Al Nasr dc, where a detainee says they been given just one piece of bread & a portion of macaroni to share between six people today. He's been detained more than two years now & says he's feeling lost about what to do.
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Jeff Crisp Jun 22
Someone asked why I am critical of aid agency logos. Here are some reasons.
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Sally Hayden Jun 22
A report on UNICEF found the organisation "is not living up to its values." "There is an environment of ‘results at all costs’ where staff feel offences go unpunished," & complaints & HR systems are "broken." Unicef calls the report a "defining moment".
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Sally Hayden Jun 22
A thread listing some of those who have been killed protesting for an end to the regime in Sudan. They're all so young & their deaths so brutal.
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Sally Hayden Jun 22
Replying to @sallyhayd
New MSF/Doctors Without Borders statement about the situation in Zintan & Gharyan detention centres, calling conditions "catastrophic". I wrote about Zintan & Gharyan before here:
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Sally Hayden Jun 22
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& some photos from the protest at Abu Salim dc. Nearly 40 have TB, according to detainees there.
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Sally Hayden Jun 22
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Second part of the protest video. There are c.615 people in Abu Salim, including minors. They say they’re not getting food & need protection. They regularly hear fighting nearby: “big sounds of heavy weapons.”
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Sally Hayden Jun 22
Replying to @sallyhayd
Detainees in Abu Salim migrant detention centre staged a protest for . They remain on the frontlines of conflict.
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Sally Hayden Jun 22
A doctor treats an Ebola patient inside an isolation cube in Beni treatment centre, eastern DR Congo, last week. Reports from the ground on the second worst Ebola outbreak in recorded history - 1: 2: 3:
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Sally Hayden Jun 22
"In the Telegraph’s offices, which overlooked an elegant square, Johnson would lock his door and shout obscenities to himself, while he worked himself up to write each story."
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Oxfam International Jun 21
"56% of DRC’s victims have been women and girls, who are at increased risk because of their roles as caregivers":
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Sally Hayden Jun 21
Replying to @umashankarsingh
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Sally Hayden Jun 21
Replying to @sallyhayd
Very interesting piece relevant to what's happening in Libya & EU policy there too.
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scott rosenstein Jun 20
“There’s all this money coming in to try to stop Ebola, but [people’s] priority is the violence and food and water and school for their children.” The response of the relevant agencies needs to be about more than ebola , via
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