Sally Hayden is a journalist and the author of ‘My First Time, We Drowned: Seeking Refuge on the World’s Deadliest Migration Route’. She has reported for outlets including The Guardian, the BBC, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Channel 4 News and the Irish Times. Sally is a two-time winner of foreign correspondent of the year at the Newsbrands Irish Journalism Awards.
Published in: Home: OpinionRwanda: Why the UK needs to acknowledge its role in displacing people
Today is World Refugee Day. War and climate change, both fuelled by the West, force millions to flee their homes
Published in: Home: OpinionThink you know what's happening on Europe's borders? The reality is worse
Refugees and asylum seekers are often used as a political football. I want Westerners to hear their voices directly