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October 15th, 2017

Manipadma Jena

Reporting from the ground for IPS since 2009 from India, Manipadma’s stories give voice to people affected by inequity, deprivation, corruption and human rights violations. A professional photographer as well, she deftly weaves together local and global issues that find resonance with readers across countries.
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September 15th, 2017

James Jeffrey

A journalist focusing primarily on longer form features, Jeffrey has been based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, since October 2013 covering Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa for various international media.
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August 15th, 2017

Mario Osava

Mario Osava, or Chizuo Osava, his given name, is a Brazilian journalist of Japanese descent who has been the IPS correspondent in Brazil since the end of the 1980s. Previously he had worked for IPS and for the magazine Cuadernos del Tercer Mundo in Portugal (1978-1979), and for the economic section of the newspaper O Globo in Rio de Janeiro after his return from exile.
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March 15th, 2017
Tharanga Yakupitiyage

Tharanga Yakupitiyage

Working out of the United Nations Headquarters in New York, she writes a range of stories on domestic and international human rights and development issues, including conflict-related migration, environmental impacts on indigenous communities, and global press freedom. Tharanga’s diverse portfolio has provided her with a nuanced understanding of human rights, and thus a fresh way to tell the very pressing stories of today’s world. Tharanga has examined larger trends of extractive industries and their impacts on indigenous communities beyond the Dakota Access Pipeline, and expanded the sometimes narrow geographical understanding of refugees by reporting on lesser known refugee issues in Southeast Asia, West Africa and Central America.
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March 3rd, 2017

By Thalif Deen on behalf of the IPS team in Rome, New York, Madrid, Caracas, Montevideo and Johannesburg

Pablo Piacentini

Pablo Piacentini

Along with Roberto Savio, Pablo Piacentini was a co-founder of IPS, born over 53 years ago. A visionary far ahead of his time, Pablo conceptualized the creation of a news organization of the global South aimed primarily at bridging a communications gap: the lack of in-depth reporting of the developing world in the mainstream Western media. As a result, Pablo made an unparalleled contribution to the world of journalism.
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