Durrie Bouscaren

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Istanbul, Turkey

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Durrie Bouscaren

Durrie Bouscaren is a freelance radio and digital journalist based in Istanbul, Turkey. 

Previously, she covered breaking news and health care for National Public Radio affiliates in the United States. In 2018, she reported from Papua New Guinea as NPR's John Alexander Fellow. 

She is conversant in French, public records and most editing software.



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The South Pacific country of Papua New Guinea has one of the highest rates of gender-based violence in the world. We look at reasons why and what can be done about it. https://www.npr.org/2018/06/06/617422926/partner-violence-in-papua-new-guinea


Audio and words covering tribal conflicts sparked by accusations of sorcery in Papua New Guinea's Eastern Highlands region. Reported in 2018 for National Public Radio's John Alexander Fellowship.

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