Ana Muñoz Padrós is a journalist and a communicator.

She has written narrative journalism pieces for Spanish-speaking magazines such as Jot Down, El Malpensante, Píkara, Altaïr as well as news articles for El País, Mondo Sonoro and US outlets like VICE and Ms. Magazine. She was the founder and editor of award-winning feminist online magazine Malquerida and was shortlisted for the Nuevas Plumas new non-fiction prize. She currently works at a human rights organisation in Brussels.

She specialises in long-form and investigative journalism in various beats, including women and LGBTI people's human rights, health and energy.


Ana Muñoz Padrós

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Ana Muñoz Padrós
human rights, women and LGBTI people human rights, health, energy

Supported projects

Standing on the Shoulders of Citizens: Corporate Capture in Energy Communities

  • Energy
  • Environment

PAMPLONA / LISBON / BRUSSELS — Energy communities are a clean and democratic alternative entering the complex energy market. Through this model, citizens can take back the means of
energy production. This investigation looks into whether the citizen-led initiatives can fit into the market on par with the big suppliers.

Victims of female genital mutilation

  • Healthcare
  • Religion

BRUSSELS- What prevents a woman with FGM from going to the doctor? While there are more and more survivors of female genital mutilation (FGM) living in Belgium, strikingly very few visit the healthcare centres for women with FGM in the country. Through an in-depth investigation, this project aims to better understand the reasons and meanings of this discrepancy as well as it brings the needs and experiences of these women to the centre of the conversation.