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My goal is to marry often-excluded personal and community narratives with deep reportage on the big socio-economic shifts in mental-health. Ask me about: responsible reporting, counselling friends, AI.
Morgan Meaker is a freelance journalist based in London. Her work focuses on human rights and digital politics and has been published by The BBC, The Atlantic, and Reuters, among others.
I think, write and start conversations about diversity, exclusion, social inequality and active empathy. My core idea is that we all benefit from an expanded understanding of what it means to be human. Ask me about: feminist parenting, death, Lagos.
As the Climate correspondent, I seek to tell better stories about the biggest problem facing our world – from the complex science to visions of a better society that works for everyone. Ask me about: slow travel, beekeeping, autism.
As the Numeracy correspondent, I explore the world of numbers and how they affect our lives.
What policies actually work? I want to know about how we can organise public life better by reaching out to local communities and taking the lead from effective solutions proven elsewhere. Ask me about: immigration, financial regulation, Islamophobia.
I will report on how important the beginning of life is, and show why children’s perspectives should not be left out of journalism and policymaking. Ask me about: nomadic lifestyles, breastfeeding, Latin America.
Talking politics often feels like a personal health hazard. Unless we learn to understand our own roles in a dysfunctional system, there’s no chance of fixing it. So, consider me as the political literacy guinea pig!
Jelmer Mommers (1987) is a climate journalist based in Amsterdam. He made world headlines when he uncovered an alarmist climate documentary made by Shell in 1991.
In this series, I intend to explore how people are crafting solutions that we can all draw from, writing about various community-led approaches to grieving and food security, education and housing.
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