17 September 2020,
Tasnim Nazeer investigates the plight of family members of missing Uyghur Muslims persecuted by the Chinese Communist Party in Xinjiang
12 June 2020,
Tasnim Nazeer reports on how the Government's troubled smartphone app will only exacerbate the health inequalities exposed by the Coronavirus pandemic
The Coronavirus Crisis: Is Racism in the Medical Profession Contributing to High BAME Staff Deaths from COVID-19?
18 May 2020,
Tasnim Nazeer speaks to NHS doctors and nurses from minority communities who have experienced discrimination in the workforce.
7 April 2020,
Tasnim Nazeer explores how powerful governments are using invasive digital surveillance under the guise of curbing COVID-19.
23 March 2020,
Tasnim Nazeer looks at the impact of Myanmar’s denial of COVID-19 on its own citizens and the rest of the world.
6 March 2020,
Tasnim Nazeer reports on the migrant crisis in Greece on 20,000 people threatened by a rising tide of hostility.
21 February 2020,
By banning foreign imams from teaching in France, the normalisation of anti-Muslim sentiment continues in a country which prides itself on freedom, equality, and fraternity.
29 January 2020,
Tasnim Nazeer investigates the murders, death threats and past abductions of journalists and activists in Sri Lanka which highlight growing fears for the future of press freedom in the country.
Life-Saving Technology? The New Tools Journalists Can Use to Expose Human Rights Violations Around the World
8 January 2020,
How technology is being used for dark purposes, but is also helping to expose persecution.
20 December 2019,
Tasnim Nazeer speaks to those in India on what Narendra Modi's law prohibiting Muslims from applying for Indian citizenship means for the world's largest democracy.
9 December 2019,
With Aung San Suu Kyi due to appear at the UN's highest court tomorrow to face questions over Myanmar's persecution of its Rohingya Muslims, Tasnim Nazeer explores why the international community must stand up against its intimidation of those fighting for justice.
2 December 2019,
The Saudi Government must be held to account for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi if the lives of other journalists in danger are to be saved.