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Veronique Mistiaen

Veronique Mistiaen is a journalist writing about human rights, international development, social issues and the environment for leading publications in the Britain and internationally, including Newsweek, The Economist,The Guardian, Telegraph and Positive News, among others. She is also a media trainer and lecturer.

Veronique Mistiaen is known as @VeroMistiaen on Twitter

Senegal's President Macky Sall addresses the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters in New York City, New York, U.S., September 24, 2019. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Who are you calling ‘international community’?

When did the ‘international community’ become a synonym for the West, asks Nanjala Nyabola?

Latest issue: April 2020

The fight for clean air

Articles by Veronique Mistiaen

People from the various villages in Baram  district demonstrate against the proposed dam. SAMBAN TUGANG
An epic struggle has been playing out between islanders defending their land, rivers and livelihoods and the Malaysian...
Palm-oil corporations are threatening the rich rainforests Liberians depend on. Veronique Mistiaen hears from environmental...
Liz McDaid and Makoma Lekalakaka in front of the country’s only nuclear power station – Koeberg.
Makoma Lekalakala and Liz McDaid won the Goldman Environmental Prize for stopping a secret nuclear deal with Russia. Veronique...
Gina Lopez
The fiery Filipino environmentalist talks to Veronique Mistiaen.
Indian land rights activist Prafulla Samantara talks to Veronique Mistiaen.
He puts his life on the line to protect the Democratic Republic of Congo's national parks.
Veronique Mistiaen meets Afghanistan’s ‘mother of education’, who for more than two decades has been transforming lives through...
Veronique Mistiaen looks at how Positive News is putting the reins of its business in readers’ hands.
Ikal Angelei is winning the fight to save Lake Turkana from Ethiopia's Gibe III dam.
‘Uncle’ Saddam was a constant and sinister presence in Zainab Salbi’s childhood years. She grew up determined to fight injustice...
The French provide a good example on how to say ‘non’. *Veronique Mistiaen* finds out why.
1000 Peace Women Across the Globe by Association 1000 Women for the Nobel Peace Prize 2005

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