Al Jazeera Journalism Review
Nina Montagu-Smith is the editor of Al Jazeera Journalism Review and was previously a features and opinions editor in Al Jazeera English's digital division. She has worked as a journalist for more than 25 years, including as a reporter and editor at The Daily Telegraph and Sunday Times in London as well as at various magazines in Jordan and Turkey.
Find her on Twitter: @ninamontagu
The media is failing to adhere to well-founded principles of journalism in its coverage of transgender issues. Violence is the result
Journalists are being targeted and killed in greater numbers than ever before. What will it take to get our leaders to act?
Criticism of Qatar in the lead up to the World Cup was always a given. But some of the hypocrisy on display is something else
The BBC’s decision to censor satire in future political panel shows at the behest of the UK’s new prime minister shows it is hardly different to any state-controlled media organisation operating under authoritarian regimes
The occupation of Palestine is not a conflict of equal sides - media needs to start telling the truth
Western media's response to the killing of veteran journalist Shireen Abu Akleh by Israeli forces in Palestine is shameful. Until the media starts reporting the truth about Israeli brutality in Palestine, the killing of journalists doing their jobs will continue
Cassandra was cursed to always see the future, but to never be believed. For female journalists like Carole Cadwalladr, long dismissed as a 'mad cat lady', it’s a familiar tale