Hannah Bloch is lead digital editor on NPR's international desk. Her first contributions to NPR were on the other side of the microphone when, as a writer and editor at National Geographic, she was interviewed about her reporting from Afghanistan and on the role failure plays in exploration. From 2014-2017, Bloch wrote the "Work in Progress" column at The Wall Street Journal. Earlier in her career, she was Time Magazine's first full-time correspondent in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Bloch was part of NPR's Peabody Award-winning team covering the Ebola outbreak in 2014.
Recent Posts by Hannah Bloch
- April 8, 2020 by Deborah Amos, Jacobia Dahm, Axel Öberg, Alex Leff, Hannah Bloch, Larry Kaplow, Michael May, Emily Bogle, Claire Harbage
A series of stories focusing on those speaking out to bring justice in European courts for a regime accused of war crimes. Judges called the series “a case study in thorough, humane, and complete reporting.” They applauded Amos for “swiftly and skillfully relating the background and current situation of each person she profiles, describing but not lingering on the traumatic situations they have endured, and then focusing on their resilience and the action to which their personal histories have spurred them." Originally broadcasted by NPR on September 24, 2019.
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