Amira Abujbara

Amira Abujbara

Amira Abujbara is an Assistant Producer at Al Jazeera's Public Liberties and Human Rights Centre, based in Doha.

Native Americans

Why does the language of journalism fail indigenous people?

A journalist with indigenous roots reflects on the making of We Are Still Here: A Story from Native Alaska.

Why does the language of journalism fail indigenous people?

Media

From child soldier to fixer: Alain's story

In the final part of Al Jazeera's series profiling fixers, a former child soldier describes his journey into journalism.

From child soldier to fixer: Alain's story

Media

'I have no words to tell them': A Rohingya fixer

In part two of a series on journalism fixers, Al Jazeera talks to a Rohingya helping report on fellow refugees.

'I have no words to tell them': A Rohingya fixer

Media

Ukraine: A female fixer on the front lines

In the first of a three-part series profiling journalism fixers, Al Jazeera talks to one covering conflict in Ukraine.

Ukraine: A female fixer on the front lines

Human Rights

Modern-day slavery: The numbers

Which parts of the world have the most slaves and just how many people are living in slavery today?

Modern-day slavery: The numbers