Sally Hayden is a journalist and photographer currently focused on migration, conflict and humanitarian crises. Her first book, My Fourth Time, We Drowned, is available now from Melville House.
The Battle to Save Congo
Outside a brown cement house in the eastern city of Beni in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, a government-employed psychologist is telling 19-year-old Merveille Mwenze that her husband has tested positive for Ebola. She’s...By Sally Hayden
The Families of Migrants Held Hostage Are Using Facebook to Raise Money for Smugglers’ Ransoms
With thousands of migrants held captive in Libya, their friends and families are increasingly turning to Facebook to raise hefty ransomsBy Sally Hayden
This Small Hungarian Town Has Banned 'Gay Propaganda' to Become a Far-Right Refuge
It’s been two weeks since Anna Kiss was summoned to a police station in Szeged, a city in southern Hungary, and asked to rat on her friends.As she ardently tried to argue that a small...By Sally Hayden / Szeged, Hungary
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