Patrick Strickland

Patrick Strickland

Patrick Strickland is an online producer at Al Jazeera English. He has reported from across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa and the United States. 

The Far Right

Anti-fascists vow to fight Mussolini-loving 'militants'

Violent supporters of neo-fascist CasaPound accused of beatings and intimidation, as party rises in political sphere.

Anti-fascists vow to fight Mussolini-loving 'militants'

Racism

Greek neo-Nazi group threatens Muslim association

Muslim Association of Greece and other groups receive menacing messages from caller boasting of racist attacks.

Greek neo-Nazi group threatens Muslim association

United States

Hearing for anti-Trump protest defendants to start

The 22 defendants are among 188 people facing charges related to alleged involvement in an anti-Trump protest.

Hearing for anti-Trump protest defendants to start

One year under Trump

One year under Trump: 'War of attrition' on journalists

Amid Trump's ongoing attacks on the press, rights groups and journalists ring the alarm on declining press freedoms.

One year under Trump: 'War of attrition' on journalists

One year under Trump

One year under Trump: A shrinking space for protests

Critics accuse US President Donald Trump of overseeing an increasingly severe crackdown on activism and dissent.

One year under Trump: A shrinking space for protests

The Far Right

How Italy's far right exploits the migration crisis

Although few want to stay in Italy, a country with poor job prospects, far-right and mainstream groups target refugees.

How Italy's far right exploits the migration crisis

Politics

US J20 defendants: 'Waiting is part of the punishment'

The first six people have been acquitted, but the 188 remaining Inauguration Day defendants have yet to go to trial.

US J20 defendants: 'Waiting is part of the punishment'

Racism

Anti-migrant attacks surge in Greece's Piraeus

At least 30 attacks have targeted migrant homes in two Piraeus neighbourhoods since Christmas, anti-racist activists say

Anti-migrant attacks surge in Greece's Piraeus

Human Rights

ACLU: Police pepper sprayed child during inauguration

The ACLU-DC amends a lawsuit to include allegations that DC police pepper sprayed a 10-year-old boy and his mother.

ACLU: Police pepper sprayed child during inauguration

Refugees

Refugees in Greece reflect on another year of waiting

More than 60,000 asylum seekers are stuck in Greece due to closed borders and the EU-Turkey accord on refugees.

Refugees in Greece reflect on another year of waiting

Immigration

Sanctuary churches fight Trump's deportation surge

Dozens of churches across the US are taking in undocumented immigrants to fight the uptick in deportations.

Sanctuary churches fight Trump's deportation surge

The Far Right

Israel to maintain ties with Austria's far-right FPO

Critics sound the alarm on Israeli drive to normalise push with far-right groups in Austria and elsewhere in Europe.

Israel to maintain ties with Austria's far-right FPO