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In this episode of Chasing the Story, the International Center for Journalists' podcast, documentary-maker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy tells the story behind A Girl in the River, the film that won Obaid-Chinoy her second Academy Award. When Obaid-Chinoy heard of the story of a young Pakistani woman who survived an honor killing attempt by her father and uncle, she set out to make a documentary about her. The movie convinced the Pakistani government to review its laws on honor killings.Obaid-Chinoy has made over two dozen multi-award films in over 16 countries around the world. She is known for her movies that highlight gender inequality. Obaid-Chinoy was ICFJ’s 2017 Knight International Journalism Award Winner. A Girl in the River: The Price of ForgivenessICFJ Tribute to Journalists 2022Learn more about ICFJ
Episode 3: Mais Katt

Episode 3: Mais Katt

2022-10-1418:38

In this episode of Chasing the Story, the International Center for Journalists' podcast, we hear from Syrian journalist Mais Katt. After the Danish government assessed that Damascus was now safe enough for Syrian refugees to return to, Katt and other journalists in Europe teamed up. They knew they needed to tell the stories of these refugees who had to leave Denmark, a country that turned from safe haven to another place they had to flee.Katt is a freelance investigative reporter who focuses on the Middle East and has covered the Syrian war closely for 10 years. She is also a media trainer for ICFJ and was a panelist in our Arabic-language Pamela Howard Forum on Global Crisis Reporting. She is also a participant in Leap, ICFJ’s news innovation lab.Learn more about this investigative projectRead Mais Katt’s storyFollow Mais Katt on TwitterICFJ Tribute to Journalists 2022Learn more about ICFJ
Episode 2: Kiki Mordi

Episode 2: Kiki Mordi

2022-09-2227:48

In this episode of Chasing the Story, the International Center for Journalists' podcast, Nigerian journalist Kiki Mordi shares how she and her colleagues went undercover, posing as young students, to expose sexual harassment at universities in Ghana and Nigeria. Their BBC documentary Sex for Grades started a movement across Africa, giving survivors a chance to speak up – and leading to anti-sexual harassment legislation in Nigeria.Mordi is a freelance investigative reporter and radio presenter, as well as the founder of the media platform Document Women. She is also the winner of ICFJ’s 2020 Michael Elliott Award for Excellence in African Storytelling.Sex for Grades documentaryFollow Kiki Mordi on TwitterICFJ Tribute to Journalists 2022Learn more about ICFJ
In the first episode of Chasing the Story, the International Center for Journalists' podcast, Czech journalist Pavla Holcová's shares how her reporting on her colleague’s brutal murder unmasked the perpetrators and helped topple the Slovak government. Holcová is the founder and director of the Czech Center for Investigative Journalism. She is also the 2021 ICFJ Knight Award for International Journalism winner.Investigace.czFollow Pavla Holcová on TwitterICFJ Tribute to Journalists 2022Learn more about ICFJ 
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