Charlotte Mitchell

Charlotte Mitchell

Charlotte Mitchell is an Assistant Producer at Al Jazeera English Online, based in Doha. 

LGBT

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel backs same-sex marriage

Cubans set to vote on same-sex marriage and other issues in constitutional referendum set for February.

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel backs same-sex marriage

Chile

Is Pinochet's shadow over Chile beginning to recede?

It's been 45 years since Pinochet took power. While some view the leader positively, others search for the disappeared.

Is Pinochet's shadow over Chile beginning to recede?

Human Rights

2017 was deadliest year for environmental activism: report

At least 207 activists were killed, with Brazil, the Philippines and Colombia named as the most dangerous countries.

2017 was deadliest year for environmental activism: report

Africa

Mohamed Amin: The Kenyan who moved the world

The photographer and cameraman captured some of Africa's defining moments and helped inspire Live Aid.

Mohamed Amin: The Kenyan who moved the world

Books

For the love of books: Mobile libraries around the world

This World Book Day, we meet the people behind mobile libraries serving communities from Nigeria to the Netherlands.

For the love of books: Mobile libraries around the world

Education

Q&A: The reality of free education for all in Ghana

Two NGO workers explain why, despite free tuition, some Ghanaian children still struggle to get an education.

Q&A: The reality of free education for all in Ghana

Sri Lanka

Q&A: Sri Lanka's civil war through a Tamil lens

Sri Lankan filmmaker Jude Ratnam on the challenges of confronting the legacy of his country's brutal civil war.

Q&A: Sri Lanka's civil war through a Tamil lens

Women's Rights

What will Pinera's win mean for Chile's abortion law?

Women's rights groups worry that the conservative president-elect will try to block the country's new abortion law.

What will Pinera's win mean for Chile's abortion law?

Health

NHS: Beloved but beleaguered at 70

The UK's pioneering health service is facing a raft of challenges as it enters its seventh decade.

NHS: Beloved but beleaguered at 70

Chile

Pinera v Guillier: Who will win Chile's election?

After a shock first round, the race for Chile's presidency is 'completely open', analysts say.

Pinera v Guillier: Who will win Chile's election?

Arts & Culture

Capturing the essence: The art of the obituary

Obituary writers face the daunting task of capturing someone's life in 1,000 words or less. Two explain how its done.

Capturing the essence: The art of the obituary

Native Americans

Cities change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples' Day

More than 50 cities and states across the US have renamed Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples' Day.

Cities change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples' Day