|Full name||Erina Khanakwa|
News features that give a human face to world issues (for example my interview with a former child soldier from Acholi land in North Uganda or my experience travelling through Alexandra, South Africa -Johannesburg's infamous ghetto, travel, (features on eclectic backpacking travel in less touristy areas e.g. Smaller towns of Rwanda and Uganda), music - my indepth look and on the ground reporting of live music gigs in and around London and overseas at Cornerstone Festival, Bushnell, Illinois.
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing, Editing|
|Last updated||28-09-2011 18:09|
I have been writing professionally for six years since graduating in History from King's College London.
This month I have an article called, 'Global Support Mission' coming out in Relevant Magazine.
I have also had some of my experiences as a volunteer in Uganda published by Chicago Review Press in the book, 'Volunteer Vacations' in February 2009.
I was successful in winning a place as the only British journalist to be invited by the US Embassy to the Pre-elections tour of the US in July 2004.
I had the opportunity to write and have an upclose and personal interview with a former child soldier in North Uganda as well as report on the lives of those living under rebel threats.