Meet the Columbia Politics Collective
In March 2020, Columbia University shut down its campus and shifted to online-only instruction for the rest of the academic year. At Columbia Journalism School this meant that the eighteen students in the Politics concentration of the Master of Arts program, a highly international group, scattered all over the world. The group decided to turn the COVID-19 crisis into a reporting opportunity. Under the name Columbia Politics Collective, they are spending the summer producing a series of dispatches about the ways the pandemic is affecting political life globally.
An award-winning reporter based in London.
Finnish writer and multimedia reporter based in New York.
Writer and documentary producer based in New York.
Award-winning journalist and documentary producer. She reports about international social justice issues and is based in Singapore. lowminmin.wix.com/portfolio
Journalist based in New York City who has anchored primetime shows in India, and has reported on ISIS, the UN, the World Economic Forum, U.S.-India relations, and Tech Policy.
Text and audio journalist. He has written for "The Paris Review Daily," "The New Yorker's Shouts and Murmurs," "The Believer" and elsewhere.
Journalist based in Prague. She is currently reporting on international politics for the Czech Radio.
Multimedia journalist and Ph.D. student at Columbia University, interested in the intersections between democracy and technology, populism, and the rise of new political movements.
New York based journalist.
Mya Guarnieri Jaradat
South Florida based journalist who spent nearly a decade in Israel and the Palestinian Territories; she is the author of the critically acclaimed book "The Unchosen: The Lives of Israel’s New Others."
Amel Brahmi Howton
New York-based journalist. Post Doc fellow at Columbia University, Pulitzer reporting fellow.
Multimedia journalist at the Korean Broadcasting System. Journalist fellow the Reuters Institute.