Anam Hussain is a freelance diaspora journalist, born in Lahore, Pakistan and now based in Birmingham, UK.
What happened when I asked ChatGPT to write my article
It got quite a lot right, and quite a lot very, very wrong
Tear gas and internet blackouts - reporting on protests in Pakistan
REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK: Following the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan, violence has erupted across Pakistan. For journalists, it is like reporting from the centre of a storm
Why is life so dangerous for Pakistani journalists?
Pakistani journalists face huge danger in the course of carrying out their work. Why is so little being done to address this?
Connecting continents - the trials and tribulations of diaspora journalists
THE LONG READ: The tireless work undertaken by diaspora journalists to change narratives about their homelands and to build bridges between communities still goes largely unacknowledged
The problem with foreign correspondents - wherever they may hail from
It’s good that the BBC recognises the value of not just sending white, British journalists to cover the internal affairs of other countries. But why send an Africa reporter to cover Pakistan?
Why I’ve had to launch my own magazine about Pakistan
Western media is full of negative stereotypes about my birth country. My job as a diaspora journalist is to challenge those tired old tropes.