Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Liberia article up for One World Media award

My article on children and young people living in a Liberian cemetery has made the long list for the 2016 One World Media Awards.

The piece, published alongside photos taken by award-winning photographer Hannah Maule-ffinch, was published in the Independent Magazine.

One World Media will announce the final three nominations for the Press category of the awards in late April.



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