Robin Forestier-Walker is an award winning foreign correspondent based out of Tbilisi, Georgia. After beginning his career with the BBC in London in 2000, Robin moved first to Almaty in 2008 and began reporting for Al Jazeera English, covering news and current affairs from Bishkek to Budapest, before moving to Georgia in 2013. He is an experienced broadcaster, witnessing major news events from Ukraine's conflict with Russia and political crisis in 2014 to Armenia's Velvet Revolution in 2018. He has produced and presented for flagship current affairs programmes including Al Jazeera's Listening Post, People and Power and 101 East. Recently he has been developing documentary projects and is an alumni of Germany's prestigious Documentary Campus. His web series, “Clash of Narratives”, a wry take on political echo chambers, was his directorial debut for Coda Story, long-listed for the One World Media Awards in 2018, and officially selected for Raindance 2017.
For the most up to date information on my whereabouts and work please see my twitter account, includes links to the most recent reports.
Robin's production company website with further links and information about what work and services we can offer.
Overview and links to my work as a correspondent with Al Jazeera English and other outlets in Central Asia and the Caucasus.