Sarah Morrison

Sarah Morrison is the Human Rights Correspondent at The Independent, i and The Independent on Sunday

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Dr Paula Kahumbu interview: Africans must be equal partners in a war on Elephant poachers

Conservationist Paula Kahumbu tells Sarah Morrison what the London Conference’s top priorities should be

Frank Mugisha, the 32-year-old Ugandan activist, faces extreme violence in his own country

Frank Mugisha: 'Homophobia is not African. It's imported'

Uganda is set to become the world's least gay-friendly country. Its leading activist explains who is to blame. Sarah Morrison meets Frank Mugisha

Boxes of confiscated ivory tusks at The National Wildlife Property Repository in Denver

Time to hunt down the ‘kingpins’ of wildlife crime

World leaders are being urged to crack down on the masterminds behind gangs that make billions from animal carcasses

Life saver: John Kasaona, whose father used to hunt animals in Namibia, now protects them

Charity Appeal: Namibia's leap from poaching to protection

One of Africa's most successful nature conservation projects has made wildlife everyone's business

The Transkie

From West to Wild: A coastal adventure in South Africa

Sarah Morrison gives herself no time to dawdle on an astonishing six-day drive from Cape Town to Durban

Debate: Should ivory stockpiles be destroyed?

The United States has done it. The Philippines and China too. Even Hong Kong has said it will destroy some of its contraband ivory. But ahead of a conservation conference in London next month where world leaders will descend to seek a solution to wildlife crime, the debate about the future of stockpiles is set to heat up.

Yarl's Wood in Bedfordshire, Britain’s largest Immigration Removal Centre

Handling of female asylum seekers ‘puts UK to shame’

The hidden plight of women asylum seekers detained in Britain is exposed today as a major new report warns that female rape and torture victims are being locked up indefinitely, suffering from depression and being intimidated by male guards.

Liquid assets: GiveDirectly has transferred about $6.3m to 6,000 households in Africa

Direct debit: The charity GiveDirectly donates cash straight to people in need

Sarah Morrison finds out what traditional charities think of letting the poor spend it on what they like

HIV rates are rising among gay men in London as more are injecting drugs such as crystal meth

Experts warn of rise in gay ‘slamming’

The number of men using drugs in a sexual context quadrupled in two years and could be linked to a disturbing rise in HIV infection rates

Stigmatised: Amal Farah has not seen her family for eight years after telling them she had become an atheist

Allah vs atheism: ‘Leaving Islam was the hardest thing I’ve done’

A growing number of Muslims are speaking out about losing their faith, but it can mean being shunned by their families, or even threatened with death. Sarah Morrison meets the atheists

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Why would I want to employ someone I’d be happy to have as my boss, asks Simon Kelner
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With three Britons under arrest in the UAE, the perils have never been more apparent. Sam Masters explains the appeal
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Paul Scholes column

I don't believe Evans was spitting at Cissé. It was a reflex. But what the Newcastle striker did next was horrible
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Miguel Layun is a star in Mexico where he was criticised for leaving to join Watford. But he says he sees the bigger picture
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