is one of the most syndicated journalists on the African continent. She is an experienced print and broadcast journalist with a massive social media following for her incisive commentary on stories in Nigeria and the region. She was listed among the 2021 “Most Powerful Women in Journalism” by WiJAfrica.
has a background in international NGO management and media development. Julia focuses on projects related to freedom of speech, media, creative activism and do-it-yourself culture. She has previously been working with Sourcefabric, Europe’s largest developer of open source software for news media.
heads up the editorial team. Originally from the USA, she writes, researches and podcasts about migration, human rights, politics and the far right and has previously worked for Human Rights Watch and the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network. She offers trainings in cross-border and collaborative journalism and was editor-in-chief of the 2019 Unbias the News-book.
Zahra Salah Uddin
Assists the editor-in-chief and also serves as regional editor. Zahra is a multimedia journalist from Pakistan and holds a double master’s in journalism and media globalization. She’s done research on media censorship and enforced disappearances. She continues to freelance as a cultural reporter and offers trainings on diversity in newsrooms and collaborative journalism.