Anastasia Moloney

Print Journalist @anastasiabogota

Anastasia Moloney is a print journalist based in Bogotá, Colombia. She is the Latin America and Caribbean correspondent for the Thomas Reuters Foundation. She reports on humanitarian affairs and women’s rights issues from across the region, with a particular interest in Colombia’s conflict, reproductive rights, gang violence in El Salvador and Haiti. Before joining the Thomson Reuters Foundation in 2009, Anastasia was a freelance journalist in Colombia. She has been the correspondent in Bogotá for the Financial Times and her work has appeared in leading UK newspapers, including The London Times, The Guardian and The Independent. Anastasia holds a BA in History, a Master’s degree in History and Anthropology and a teaching degree from the University of London.

En Español

Anastasia Moloney es una periodista de prensa basada en Bogotá, Colombia. Ella es la corresponsal de América Latina y el Caribe para la Fundación Thomson Reuters. Ella informa sobre los asuntos humanitarios y los derechos de las mujeres de toda la región, con un interés particular en el conflicto de Colombia, los derechos reproductivos, la violencia de pandillas en El Salvador y Haití. Antes de unirse a la Fundación Thomson Reuters en 2009, Anastasia era una periodista independiente en Colombia. Ha sido corresponsal en Bogotá para el Financial Times y sus trabajos han aparecido en los principales periódicos del Reino Unido como The London Times, The Guardian y The Independent. Anastasia es licenciada en Historia, tiene una maestría en Historia y Antropología y un título de docencia de la Universidad de Londres.

Highlights

Reporting

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Surge of African migrants brave Latin America jungle trek for U.S. dream

As Europe tightens its borders, growing surge of people from Africa seek new routes to flee poverty, war and persecution By Anastasia Moloney TAPACHULA, Mexico, Jan 16 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Using a stone, Ahmed…

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Fleeing gang warfare, more Central Americans seek refuge in Mexico

TAPACHULA, Mexico (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – As Juan walked to school one morning a year ago in El Salvador, two men on a motorbike sped by and fatally shot a boy on the street in…

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FEATURE-Fleeing gang warfare, more Central Americans seek refuge in Mexico

“It’s a refugee crisis. The situation in El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala is critical” By Anastasia Moloney TAPACHULA, Mexico, Jan 12 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – As Juan walked to school one morning a year ago…

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Mexican sex nightmare traps more women fleeing Central America for U.S. dream

TAPACHULA, Mexico (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – From morning to night, Mexican banda music blares out from the dingy bars in Mexico’s southern border city of Tapachula where thousands of Central American women sell sex to…

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FEATURE-Mexican sex nightmare traps more women fleeing Central America for U.S. dream

Rights groups estimate 30,000 migrants are working in bars in shopping streets and red light districts near Guatemala border that has become a trafficking hotspot By Anastasia Moloney TAPACHULA, Mexico, Jan 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation)…