Katy Fallon

Katy Fallon

Katy Fallon is a freelance journalist covering migration and gender politics.

Greece

Greek refugee hotspot at breaking point as Turkey opens gate

Protests and vigilantism have soured the mood in Lesbos, and the latest Greek-Turkish spat could bring further tension.

Greek refugee hotspot at breaking point as Turkey opens gate

Europe

Lesbos on strike amid protests against migrant detention centres

A growing sense of crisis on the Greek islands which house thousands of migrants is leading to rising tensions.

Lesbos on strike amid protests against migrant detention centres

Europe

Refugee children amid crowds of protesters tear gassed on Lesbos

Tensions mount as asylum seekers living in Moria, a notoriously overcrowded Greek camp, rally against poor conditions.

Refugee children amid crowds of protesters tear gassed on Lesbos

Health

More than 100 children in Greece's Moria camp need urgent care

Healthcare out of reach for at least 140 children with complex, life-threatening conditions in notoriously crowded camp.

More than 100 children in Greece's Moria camp need urgent care

Refugees

'As we leave EU, we cannot abandon our compassion and humanity'

Child refugees in Greece are among those who would be affected if UK backtracks on Dubs amendment.

'As we leave EU, we cannot abandon our compassion and humanity'

Greece

Greece: Police accused of excessive force against protesters

Greek citizens, journalists, and international rights groups raise alarm amid growing reports of police-led violence.

Greece: Police accused of excessive force against protesters

Albania

Albania's earthquake victims claim state failing to provide aid

More than two weeks after deadly earthquake, some families who lost homes say they have received little to no aid.

Albania's earthquake victims claim state failing to provide aid

France

Being smuggled in a truck can be deadly. So why do people do it?

Refugees in Calais who attempt dangerous crossing to UK in trucks explain why they risk their lives.

Being smuggled in a truck can be deadly. So why do people do it?

Greece

'There is war everywhere. Why would we start a fire here?'

Amid inhuman conditions, refugees in Moria, an overcrowded Greek camp, are angered by claims they started deadly fire.

'There is war everywhere. Why would we start a fire here?'

Netherlands

Forum voor Democratie: Why has the Dutch far right surged?

Forum for Democracy, which blamed the Utrecht attack on immigration, has become the biggest Dutch party in the senate.

Forum voor Democratie: Why has the Dutch far right surged?

Brexit

How could Brexit affect paediatric care in the UK?

From importing essential technology to accessing EU funds for research, the medical community relies heavily on Europe.

How could Brexit affect paediatric care in the UK?

Refugees

Groups allege systematic French police brutality against refugees

In a year, police committed 972 human rights violations, says a group of NGOs, as Al Jazeera documents similar abuse.

Groups allege systematic French police brutality against refugees