Investigative Reporter, Rappler
Patricia Evangelista is a Manila-based trauma journalist covering disaster, conflict, and human rights. She was a fellow of the South East Asian Press Alliance, the Dart Center's Ochberg International Fellowship for Trauma, and the Logan Nonfiction Fellowship. She is currently a Future of Security fellow at the Washington-based think tank New America. Her reporting of armed conflict as well as the aftermath of typhoon Haiyan was awarded the Agence France-Presse Kate Webb Prize for exceptional journalism in dangerous conditions. Her narrative series for Rappler, Impunity, covering the Philippine drug war, is a recipient of the Human Rights Press Award, three Society of Publishers in Asia awards for Excellence in Feature Writing, Investigative Reporting and Human Rights Reporting, and was a 2018 finalist for the Osborn Elliott Prize for Journalism. She is on sabbatical while writing a narrative nonfiction book on the Philippine drug war.
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