Karen McVeigh

Global development reporter @Guardian

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'I didn't want this to be a taboo': the fight for Kosovan women raped during the war
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'I didn't want this to be a taboo': the fight for Kosovan women raped during the war
August, 4 2018
After two decades, the hidden victims of the Kosovo war are finally recognised
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After two decades, the hidden victims of the Kosovo war are finally recognised
August, 3 2018
Ebola returns to Congo only days after previous outbreak was declared over
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Ebola returns to Congo only days after previous outbreak was declared over
August, 2 2018
Sajid Javid urged to halt Serco eviction of Glasgow asylum seekers
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Sajid Javid urged to halt Serco eviction of Glasgow asylum seekers
July, 30 2018
UK to double aid to Gaza and West Bank in bid to boost Palestinian export trade
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UK to double aid to Gaza and West Bank in bid to boost Palestinian export trade
July, 27 2018
Rich countries pushing 'dirty energy' in Africa, report claims
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Rich countries pushing 'dirty energy' in Africa, report claims
July, 23 2018
Libya migrant centres near breaking point after spike in arrivals
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Libya migrant centres near breaking point after spike in arrivals
July, 18 2018
'Toxic narrative' on migration endangers lives, report finds
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'Toxic narrative' on migration endangers lives, report finds
July, 11 2018
UK under fire over slavery measures after 'disturbing' case of trafficked boy
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UK under fire over slavery measures after 'disturbing' case of trafficked boy
June, 28 2018
Death sentence quashed for teenager who killed rapist husband in Sudan
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Death sentence quashed for teenager who killed rapist husband in Sudan
June, 26 2018
Quitting UN human rights council puts US 'on wrong side of history' – activists
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Quitting UN human rights council puts US 'on wrong side of history' – activists
June, 21 2018
UK Foreign Office ranks among world's worst on revealing how aid is spent
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UK Foreign Office ranks among world's worst on revealing how aid is spent
June, 20 2018
Japanese brewery gave donation to Myanmar army chief during Rohingya crisis
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Japanese brewery gave donation to Myanmar army chief during Rohingya crisis
June, 15 2018
Yemen port city gripped by panic and fear as Saudi-led forces close in
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Yemen port city gripped by panic and fear as Saudi-led forces close in
June, 13 2018
Toxic and untaxed: perils of global trade in bootleg liquor exposed
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Toxic and untaxed: perils of global trade in bootleg liquor exposed
June, 11 2018
Don't let Trump derail gender equality talks, experts warn G7 leaders
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Don't let Trump derail gender equality talks, experts warn G7 leaders
June, 8 2018
MPs raise concerns over UK aid funding Chinese film industry
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MPs raise concerns over UK aid funding Chinese film industry
June, 5 2018
Home Office under fire over ‘muddled’ strategy on slavery that fails victims
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Home Office under fire over ‘muddled’ strategy on slavery that fails victims
May, 23 2018
Discrimination kills 230,000 girls under five in India each year, study shows
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Discrimination kills 230,000 girls under five in India each year, study shows
May, 15 2018
Fatal elephant attacks on Rohingya refugees push Bangladesh to act
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Fatal elephant attacks on Rohingya refugees push Bangladesh to act
May, 9 2018
Film hailing Saudi progress on women's rights branded 'dreadful propaganda'
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Film hailing Saudi progress on women's rights branded 'dreadful propaganda'
May, 7 2018
Penny Mordaunt told to 'get a grip' over use of aid budget by rival departments
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Penny Mordaunt told to 'get a grip' over use of aid budget by rival departments
May, 3 2018
Abusive men 'using immigration fears to control women'
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Abusive men 'using immigration fears to control women'
May, 1 2018
2017 was deadliest year on record for Colombian human rights defenders
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2017 was deadliest year on record for Colombian human rights defenders
May, 1 2018
Mozambique prays for rain as water shortages hit country’s poor
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Mozambique prays for rain as water shortages hit country’s poor
April, 21 2018
Abuse allegations reported to Charity Commission double in a month
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Abuse allegations reported to Charity Commission double in a month
April, 19 2018
'Alarming' lack of diversity among charity trustees in England and Wales
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'Alarming' lack of diversity among charity trustees in England and Wales
April, 19 2018
Labour pledges to put women at heart of British aid efforts
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Labour pledges to put women at heart of British aid efforts
March, 26 2018
Comic Relief to ditch white saviour stereotype appeals
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Comic Relief to ditch white saviour stereotype appeals
March, 23 2018
Health is more important than wealth, child development study finds
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Health is more important than wealth, child development study finds
March, 21 2018
Abortion rates drop dramatically – but only in rich countries
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Abortion rates drop dramatically – but only in rich countries
March, 21 2018
'Glib': UK criticised for failing to give to fund for survivors of UN sexual abuse
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'Glib': UK criticised for failing to give to fund for survivors of UN sexual abuse
March, 13 2018
'A national disgrace': fury over £100m aid deal between UK and Saudi Arabia
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'A national disgrace': fury over £100m aid deal between UK and Saudi Arabia
March, 9 2018
Child sex abuse claims among cases newly reported to charity watchdog
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Child sex abuse claims among cases newly reported to charity watchdog
March, 5 2018
Africa 'very, very far away' from meeting global target to end child malnutrition
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Africa 'very, very far away' from meeting global target to end child malnutrition
March, 1 2018
Aid agencies 'complicit in exploitation of most vulnerable', says Mordaunt
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Aid agencies 'complicit in exploitation of most vulnerable', says Mordaunt
February, 26 2018
Newborn survival rates in US only slightly better than in Sri Lanka
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Newborn survival rates in US only slightly better than in Sri Lanka
February, 20 2018
Unicef admits failings with child victims of alleged sex abuse by peacekeepers
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Unicef admits failings with child victims of alleged sex abuse by peacekeepers
February, 13 2018
'Crucial step' hailed as more than 300 child soldiers released in South Sudan
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'Crucial step' hailed as more than 300 child soldiers released in South Sudan
February, 8 2018
Congo gripped by fear as thousands flee 'bone-chilling' violence
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Congo gripped by fear as thousands flee 'bone-chilling' violence
February, 2 2018
Penny Mordaunt hails 'heroic' British aid response to plague in Madagascar
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Penny Mordaunt hails 'heroic' British aid response to plague in Madagascar
February, 1 2018
'Price of conflict is too high': hunger at crisis levels in eight countries
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'Price of conflict is too high': hunger at crisis levels in eight countries
January, 30 2018
NHS admits doctors may be using tools made by children in Pakistan
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NHS admits doctors may be using tools made by children in Pakistan
January, 29 2018
Isis killings in Afghanistan leave aid agencies 'hanging on by fingernails'
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Isis killings in Afghanistan leave aid agencies 'hanging on by fingernails'
January, 26 2018
'Now is not the time': violence forces refugees to flee Afghanistan again
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'Now is not the time': violence forces refugees to flee Afghanistan again
January, 25 2018
Cuts to UK aid: package to drought-hit Kenya to end in 2024
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Cuts to UK aid: package to drought-hit Kenya to end in 2024
January, 22 2018
Poorer countries must 'put their hands in their pockets': UK warns of cuts to aid
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Poorer countries must 'put their hands in their pockets': UK warns of cuts to aid
January, 15 2018
Rohingya children left stranded amid garbage and muck in Myanmar
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Rohingya children left stranded amid garbage and muck in Myanmar
January, 10 2018
'Crazy numbers': civilian deaths from airstrikes almost double in a year
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'Crazy numbers': civilian deaths from airstrikes almost double in a year
January, 8 2018
Praxis: a light in the dark for immigrants with no benefits and nowhere left to go
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Praxis: a light in the dark for immigrants with no benefits and nowhere left to go
January, 7 2018
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Karen McVeigh is a writer who has produced content for theguardian.com
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Human Rights, International Development, Sexual Violence, Sexual Assault, Mental Health, New York, Development Secretary, South Sudan, Sexual Harassment, Climate Change
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