Katy Glassborow | Institute for War and Peace Reporting

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Katy Glassborow

Katy Glassborow

Before moving to The Hague, Katy worked as a reporter for Jane's, travelling extensively to analyse the interplay between international defence forces, the weapons trade, and conflict prevention. Before this she was awarded the BBC's Jill Dando Award. At the BBC, she worked as a tri-media reporter and producer, undertaking investigative reports and developing a series of vignettes for TV. She has also worked as an embedded reporter on NATO warships, and won an award to develop an interactive travel website for those in pursuit of adventure.

Stories by the author

Katy Glassborow
15 Jun 12
Profile of Melinda Taylor, detained with three colleagues in Libya.
Islam – or rather the regime’s interpretation of it – is likely to figure large in any new constitution.
Katy Glassborow, Assadig Mustafa Zakaria Musa, Zakia Yousif
8 Jul 11
As Khartoum prepares for future without South Sudan, women’s groups say its recent human rights record doesn’t bode well for new era.
Representatives of the African Union, United Nations, and the Government of the Sudan meet in Addis Ababa to discuss the UNAMID mission in Darfur. (Photo: UN Photo/Olivier Chassot)
Simon Jennings, Katy Glassborow
19 Apr 11
Governments that pay for humanitarian effort must act to curb interference by Khartoum.
Commentators doubt whether the Kenyan parliament has the political will to pass legislation authorising the creation of a local tribunal to try those linked with the 2007 electoral violence. (Photo: mwanasimba/Flickr)
Blake Evans-Pritchard, Simon Jennings, Katy Glassborow
10 Jan 11
Nairobi says it wants to prosecute 2007 election violence suspects, but some suggest it's not up to the task.
UN peacekeepers distribute water to Darfuris. (Photo: UNAMID - Olivier Chassot)
Simon Jennings, Katy Glassborow, Tajeldin Adam, Assadig Mustafa Zakaria Musa
7 Jan 11
Agencies said to be reluctant to confront Sudanese government about obstructions to humanitarian aid effort.
ICC prosecutors allege that Khartoum has been blocking access to camps, delaying the release of nutrition surveys and ultimately delaying the delivery of food aid, all of which they say is further evidence of genocide by attrition. (Photo: Albert Gonzalez Farran)
Tajeldin Abdhalla, Assadig Mustafa Zakaria Musa, Katy Glassborow, Simon Jennings
19 Nov 10
ICC prosecutors say situation is further evidence of an ongoing genocide campaign in Darfur.
Sudanese journalist Abdelrahman was detained in Khartoum on October 30 2010. (Photo: IWPR)
Katy Glassborow
17 Nov 10
Detention of journalist underlines the grave risks Sudanese media face in trying to maintain their independence.
Tajeldin Abdhalla, Assadig Mustafa Zakaria Musa, Katy Glassborow, Blake Evans-Pritchard
24 Mar 10
Activists say Darfur militiamen absorbed into army to prevent them facing justice. By Tajeldin Abdhalla Adam, Assadig Mustafa Zakaria Musa, Simon Jennings and Katy Glassborow in Hilversum and Blake Evans-Pritchard in The Hague
Tajeldin Abdhalla, Assadig Mustafa Zakaria Musa, Katy Glassborow, Blake Evans-Pritchard
16 Mar 10
African Union explores ways in which local courts could bring justice to Darfur, but critics warn this may be impractical. By Tajeldin Abdhalla Adam, Assadig Mustafa Zakaria Musa and Katy Glassborow in Hilversum and Blake Evans-Pritchard in The Hague
Katy Glassborow
15 Feb 10
Can the International Criminal Court’s demand that Ugandan rebel leaders face trial coexist with the need to achieve a workable peace deal?

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