Multimedia journalist (print/audio/video) - BBC, Al Jazeera, The Irish Times, Global Post, Forbes, European Voice (now politico.eu) and many others. Westminster-based - over the past decade, I have covered subjects as diverse as Brexit, Scottish independence, Canadian native rights, narco-trafficking in West Africa, war in Cameroon and Iraq post-IS. I can deliver in English and French. Portfolio: www.lorrainemallinder.com NCTJ trained. NUJ accredited.
BBC report on the harrowing legacy of Canada's residential schools. From the late 19th Century up to the 1970s, an estimated 150,000 native children in Canada were seized from their parents and sent far away to state-funded, church-run schools to learn how to think, speak and act like white people. The country is still coming to terms with the disastrous results. Article here: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/from_our_own_correspondent/7860552.stm