Mohamed Madi is a senior journalist and filmmaker for BBC News, based in London. He has worked across TV, radio and online in over 30 different countries including Libya, Ukraine and Venezuela. His work has shed light on abuse of LGBTQ refugees in Dutch refugee camps, the final hours of the Karzai administration, and the aftermath of the 2019 Langford family massacre in northern Mexico. His most recent documentary, "From Kurdistan with Sorrow," explored the impact of the 2021 English Channel migrant disaster. He was part of the BBC’s award-winning coverage of the Arab Spring and helped embed user-generated-content practices within the organization. Madi is a fellow of the John Schofield Trust and provides training for early-career and aspiring journalists through the John Schofield Trust, Media Trust and others.