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Meet the people involved - Meet our great journalism community of grantees and their teams

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  • Nicolas Chatara-Morse is the Chief Executive Officer of Project Syndicate. He did a Bachelor in International Studies at the University of Oregon and now lives in Prague, the Czech Republic.
  • Abibata Mahama was born in Ghana and educated in Ghana and the UK. She is a documentary filmmaker and trainer in media participatory projects with background in Education and has taught in high school in Ghana for eight years. She was trained as a TV producer director at the Ghana National Film...
  • Davide Mancino, editor at datajournalism.it, holds a Master in Science Communication at the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA). His works have appeared (among others) on Quartz, Wired Italy and L'Espresso. Data journalist and interactive designer, he is also a trainer for tools at the...
  • Javier Marin is the bureau chief for EFE's Sub-Saharan Africa office in Nairobi. With fifteen years of experience working in the leading Spanish spoken news agency and the fourth largest in the world, he is a multimedia journalist focused in conflict, human rights and justice. Based in Kenya, he has...
  • Eduard Martín-Borregón has a Master Degree in Investigative, Data and Visualization Journalism at the URCJ with a Google Excellence scholarship and the Barcelona Datos Grant. He started the data journalism section El Periódico de Catalunya and worked as a freelance data journalist for El Mundo,...
  • José Martínez is part of the innovative lab of El Confidencial. He works daily with the team to evaluate and improve the interface, interaction and user experience on projects like the redesign of El Confidencial, launched in February 2015. He also develops news and advertising multimedia...
  • Xavier Mas de Xaxàs is a journalist specialised in foreign affairs. Since 2010, he has been covering the Arab world from Algeria to Yemen. In 1989, he covered the fall of the Berlin Wall and the reunification of Germany. Then, in 1991, he reported from Northern Iraq during the first Gulf War. In...
  • Joshua Massarenti is a journalist based in Brussels. Since the end of ‘90s, he covered a wide range of topics focused on the African continent, including politics, development cooperation, armed conflicts and migration. Born in France with Italian origins, he has worked as a reporter for many...
  • Mariangela Maturi (Italy, 1981) is a freelance journalist and author based in the UK. A radio lover, she is a regular contributor from London for the Swiss national radio (RSI) and other international media outlets.  She started working in 2006 in the newsrooms of Radio Popolare and il manifesto in...
  • Florent Maurin is a journalist and game designer, working on the crossroads between both fields. He uses long form journalism, multimedia and gaming elements to make complex stories and situations easier to understand.
  • Alice is a freelance journalist covering society, politics and the arts. Since finishing her masters at the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in 2016, Alice has been reporting from different countries across Sub-Saharan Africa. This has included an article and...
  • Tim McDonnell joined Climate Desk after stints at Mother Jones and Sierra magazine. He remains a cheerful guy despite covering climate change all the time. Originally from Tucson, Tim loves tortillas and epic walks.
  • Pablo Medina has a degree in Technical Engineering in Computer Systems from the University of Granada. He is interested in public transparency and open data as avenues for citizen empowerment. Pablo is cofounder and developer of the project "Qué hacen los diputados".
  • Serge Michel, born in Switzerland in 1969, is a reporter-at-large for Le Monde and Chief Editor for the project Le Monde Afrique. Michel has worked as a journalist in Switzerland, Iran, the Balkans and Africa. In 2001, he won the Albert Londres Prize, France's most prestigious journalistic award,...
  • Florence Miettaux has been working as a film director and a film editor since 2002. After studies of social science and cinema, she started to direct documentaries tackling political and social issues in France, mostly focusing on stories of activism and collective struggles. She has also worked as...
  • Jose Miguel Catalatayud is a freelance journalist. He is a regular contributor to Spanish newspaper El País and has also written for other media, like Al Jazeera, GlobalPost, The Independent, Folha de Sao Paulo, El Universal and AFP among others.In the past, he was based in Istanbul and Nairobi....
  • Nicky Milne studied LAW at the LSE London, and moved into factual television, reporting and directing high- end documentaries for BBC, Channel 4 and global networks, including PBS. She produced and directed programmes as diverse as flagship current affairs programme 'Panorama' and travel...
  • Freelance journalist and graduate sociology researcher (Humboldt University, Berlin). Originally from Lahore, Pakistan, I have lived, studied and worked in numerous countries. My research focuses on migration and identity. I report on, and write about, the intersection of culture and politics....
  • Veronique Mistiaen is an award-winning journalist and Pulitzer Prize nominee, who has worked as an editor, foreign correspondent and reporter for national and international newspapers, magazines and websites in the UK and the US over the past 25 years. These include Newsweek, The Guardian, The...
  • Sedika Mojadidi was born in Kabul, Afghanistan and grew up in Florida. She has a Master of Arts in Film Theory from the University of Florida and an Master of Fine Arts in Video Art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Sedika is an independent filmmaker and television producer. She...
  • Eduardo S. Molano is been the Africa correspondent for Diario ABC since 2008. He has covered news in 17 countries, including Somalia, Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo or Yemen.
  • Hans Moleman is a writer focusing on topics related to Africa, Europe and China, ranging from book writing to special reporting. Before the Made in Africa project he wrote De Rode Miljardair (The Red Billionaire), the first European book about the rise of internet entrepreneur Jack Ma, his Alibaba...
  • Marco Montanari is a web developer, coder and software architect. He is part of the SEEDversity - Feeding the Planet, Cultivating Diversity project, working on web development and adaptation.
  • Benedict Moran is an award-winning journalist and independent filmmaker specializing in humanitarian crises and human rights. He has reported and produced for Al Jazeera, Frontline, The Guardian, VICE News, the Christian Science Monitor, Foreign Policy, National Public Radio, CBC News, Public Radio...
  • Davide Morandini is a freelance documentary filmmaker. His work focuses on the politics and societies of Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
  • Pierre is a freelance journalist hailing from and living in France. His work has been published in many outlets, such as El País, Libération and Rue89.
  • Frank Mulder (1978) is researcher, writer and journalist. He is curious about long term developments in the field of economy, technology, religion and international relations. His motto is "think global, act local", borrowed from one of his sources of inspiration, Jacques Ellul. He is always...
  • Jamie Mullick is the international affairs editor at India newspaper The Indian Express. He writing work primarily focuses on science, astronomy, war and conflict, among other things.
  • Brian Mutebi is an award-winning journalist and women’s rights campaigner featuring on the Women Deliver global list of “15 journalists, 15 voices for girls and women” for his extensive writing and advocacy for girls’ and women’s health and rights. He is a contributor to Global Health...
  • Paul Myles is a multimedia journalist and Head of Editorial at On Our Radar. In the past he worked as an investigative reporter for Channel 4's Dispatches programme.