Since 2010, Caelainn Hogan has reported internationally on issues of conflict, migration, and marginalisation. After several years freelancing, she completed an M.A. at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and interned on the health and science desk of The Washington Post.
In 2015, as an Overseas Press Club Fellow based in Nigeria’s megacity of Lagos, she worked with the Associated Press and reported from the north on the work of female activists, the politics of language and the Boko Haram conflict.
In 2016, she spent time in South Africa as an International Reporting Project fellow, reporting on sex workers’ access to healthcare and the campaign for decriminalisation.
Caelainn has reported from within Syria during the conflict, writing about everyday people living amidst the war, from cancer patients seeking treatment across front lines to young brides whose fathers had been forcibly disappeared.
Caelainn is currently based in Dublin writing about inequality, politics and legacy.