Author: Kate Bartlett

2019 WPI Fellow

Journalist, Deutsche Presse Agentur
Johannesburg, South Africa
Bio: Kate Bartlett is a Zimbabwean-born journalist who was reported from Cambodia, Afghanistan, Hong Kong, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Congo, and Bosnia among other places. She started her career at The Cambodia Daily in Phnom Penh, then went to Agence France Presse as an Asia editor, and is currently Southern and East Africa correspondent for Deutsche Presse Agentur, the German press agency.

Twitter: @bartlettkate

A good eg of why it irks me when starry-eyed Westerners heap praise on Kagame's economic miracle and authoritarianism-lite. #Rwanda https://t.co/nixT2LerHO

2 weeks ago, Pompeo's State Department falsely claimed NPR hadn't been up-front about topics for an interview.

Then the State Department barred an NPR reporter from an overseas trip, with Pompeo saying the move sent the "perfect message about press freedoms." https://t.co/yY1uTJUv0P

What can news organisations do to protect their journalists in this hostile environment?

@ETemily from @SCMPNews and @WeiDuCNA from @channelnewstv would like to get your feedback on this
#RISJSeminars

🎥Watch their seminar on #HongKong protests here
https://t.co/JvxXAKoIWb


Posts by Kate Bartlett:

Sanders supporters will feel the burn, not the Bern, if he loses nomination

Sanders supporters will feel the burn, not the Bern, if he loses nomination

Unlike a lot of politicians, Bernie Sanders doesn’t mince his words.  “It is absolutely imperative that we defeat the most dangerous president in the history of this country,” said Sanders, one of a large group of Democrats hoping to be their party’s candidate in next...