Jessie Williams is a freelance journalist. She writes about global current affairs, social issues, human rights, and culture. Her work has been published in The Observer Magazine, Foreign Policy, The Independent, VICE, Middle East Eye, The Economist, and others.
Published in: 50.50: NewsWhat’s at stake for women in Turkey’s election
Feminist groups tell of increasingly hostile environment under Erdoğan – but say opposition doesn’t go far enough
Published in: oDR: Feature‘The war left a hole in my soul’: Survivors’ trauma a year after Nagorno-Karabakh
Last year, 90,000 people, mostly women and children, fled the region. Now, as they try to accept what they have...
Published in: openDemocracyUK: Feature‘I feared I would die’: Life inside the Napier Barracks asylum-seeker housing
As the Home Office moves more migrants to Kent’s abandoned army barracks, first-hand reports from ex-residents...