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Hazel Healy

Hazel Healy is a co-editor at New Internationalist. She specializes in human-rights focused stories, tackling themes such as migration, land-grabs and, most recently, conflict & peace. Her reports have also been published in other outlets such as the LA Times, The Guardian and De Correspondent.

Hazel Healy is known as @hazel_healy on Twitter

Articles by Hazel Healy

Guns will only take you so far in the fight against the jihadist rebels, Hazel Healy discovers.
Three displaced Yemeni girls stand by the shredded remains of their tents in Abs settlement, which is regularly damaged by passing sandstorms.
Hazel Healy investigates the challenges facing 21st century disaster response.
Hazel Healy gives five reasons as to why Labour's new development policy paper is worth celebrating.
Two recipients of sanctuary scholarships outside SOAS in London
A groundbreaking project seeks to get migrant students into university. Hazel Healy reports.
How far is the world from the dream of universal education? Hazel Healy reports.
The Right has captured education. Hazel Healy looks at the political implications.
Colombia’s Indigenous communities fight for cultural survival. Hazel Healy reports.
Hazel Healy looks back on the community share offer that has raised £700,000.
With three days to go, there’s still time to be part of this success story, says co-editor Hazel Healy.
With less than 10 days to go, and investors in 30 countries, it's make or break time for New Internationalist's Community Share...
Alessio Perrone gets the inside story on our Community Share Offer.
Hazel Healy encounters a party undergoing transformation at the Labour conference in Liverpool.

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