Sally Hayden

hospitals

Inside the Middle Eastern Hospital 3D-Printing for War Victims

The Médecins Sans Frontières​ facility in Jordan is providing much needed care to people in the region.
Sally Hayden
2.5.17
Stuff

How Much Can One-Off Protests Change People's Minds About Abortion?

Or, to put it another way, can live-tweeting a trip to England to have a legal abortion become a feasible form of protest?
Sally Hayden
9.3.16
Europe

Syringes in the Streets, Gang Shootings, and Clockwork Orange: How Ireland Is Tackling a Drug Crisis

VICE News spoke to addiction workers and Ireland's former drugs minister about the challenges the country's new government will face on the issue of drug policy reform.
Sally Hayden
5.23.16
africa

The First Chibok Girl Kidnapped by Boko Haram Has Been 'Found' Alive

The abduction of 276 schoolgirls in April 2014 prompted a global campaign, with #BringBackOurGirls being shared millions of times on social media.
Sally Hayden
5.18.16
Europe

These Refugees Have Spent 18 Years Trapped on a British Military Base

VICE News spoke to Tag Bashir, a Sudanese refugee who has been stranded on a British military base since 1998, and his 16-year-old son who has never known anything else.
Sally Hayden
5.17.16
Europe

World Leaders Gather in London for Anti-Corruption Summit — But There's an 'Elephant in the Room'

VICE News attended British Prime Minister David Cameron's anti-corruption summit in London, which saw world leaders come together to discuss transparency and stolen assets.
Sally Hayden
5.12.16
africa

A Stolen Generation: Investigating the Tragedy of Nigeria’s Missing Children

VICE News visited northeast Nigeria where thousands of children have completely disappeared, with their fates undocumented and their parents uncertain if they'd even accept them back.
Sally Hayden
5.11.16
africa

How I Escaped Boko Haram: One Woman's Story

VICE News visited northern Nigeria, where one Boko Haram victim explained how she was released by the militant group with her five children after "pretending that I was insane."
Sally Hayden
5.2.16
africa

Nigeria's Self-Styled Warriors: Meet the Vigilante Army Taking on the World's Deadliest Terror Group

VICE News met a commander of the Civilian JTF, a vigilante group formed in 2013 who have been instrumental in fighting Boko Haram militants and protecting Nigerian civilians from army abuses.
Sally Hayden
4.28.16
Europe

In Photos: England's Junior Doctors Protest as All-Out Strike Enters Second Day

VICE News attended a march in central London on Tuesday which saw thousands of medical practitioners protest against the government's move to implement controversial new contracts.
Sally Hayden
4.27.16
Europe

UK Politicians Reject Move to Accept 3,000 Unaccompanied Refugee Children

The proposal was originally tabled by Alf Dubs, an 83-year-old member of the UK's House of Lords. He came to England as a Jewish refugee on the Kindertransport rescue effort before World War II.
Sally Hayden
4.26.16
Europe

England's Doctors Walk Out of Emergency Wards in First Ever All-Out Strike

Junior doctors are engaged in a bitter dispute with the government over new proposed hours and a reduction in weekend pay. More than 13,000 appointments and operations have been cancelled.
Sally Hayden
4.26.16
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