Sara Perria has worked in Asia since 2015, most recently in Myanmar and Afghanistan writing for international publications including Financial Times, Nikkei Asia, HuffPost and the Guardian.

Previously she worked as a financial journalist in newsrooms in London and Italy. She focuses on the roots of inequality in developing countries, including human rights breaches, supply chains and the broader economy. In Myanmar she covered extensively the Rohingya crisis and the 2021 military coup.

Basic information

Name
Sara Perria
Country
Myanmar (Burma)
City
Naypyidaw

Supported projects

The Trap

KABUL - This investigation sheds a light on the scale of abuse Afghan women are subjected to when trying to reach Europe. Women with no documents and no money are exposed to trafficking by unscrupulous smugglers who take advantage of the situation.