Kamilia Lahrichi is a freelance video journalist and producer at Associated Press and a foreign correspondent based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She covers current and international affairs in English, French, Spanish and Arabic.
Kamilia Lahrichi works with The Guardian, CNN International, AJ+, Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, USA Today, Fusion, VICE News, Global Post, U.S. News & World Report, South China Morning Post (Hong Kong), International Finance Magazine (U.K.), L’Orient-Le Jour, The Daily Star (Lebanon) and Palestine-Israel Journal (Jerusalem), among others.
She is learning Portuguese and is regularly translated into Chinese.
The International Journalists’ Network profiled Kamilia Lahrichi as ‘journalist of the month’ in May 2016.
Kamilia Lahrichi is the recipient of three United Nations Foundation Press fellowships in New York City in 2014 and 2015. She was also a 2015 National Press Foundation fellow in Abu Dhabi. In addition, she is an Emerging Leader fellow at the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations in Qatar, Jordan and Morocco.
In March 2015, Morocco’s government rewarded Kamilia Lahrichi with a merit trophy for her work as a foreign correspondent and for representing a new generation of young female leaders in the country.
Kamilia Lahrichi won the World Health Organization/International Center for Journalists fellowship on global health issues to travel to Brasilia in November 2015. She was also selected – among 600 applicants – by the European Youth Press to cover the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum on international affairs in Bonn, Germany in June 2015.
Kamilia Lahrichi spoke live in Arabic on violence in Argentine soccer from Buenos Aires for the U.A.E. TV channel Sharjah Sport.
Prior to that, Kamilia Lahrichi was an editor in charge of a monthly business magazine at Thomson Reuters in Hong Kong. She appeared on Radio Television Hong Kong to analyze Middle Eastern affairs.
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