Reuters has hired Anna-Catherine Brigida as a correspondent in Argentina.
Brigida is a freelance journalist who has covered migration, politics, security, human rights, environmental justice, reproductive rights and women’s rights in Latin America since 2015, with a focus on Mexico and Central America.
She has covered migrant caravans, the criminalization of abortion, and historic human rights trials for media outlets such as Washington Post, The Guardian, Time, Texas Observer, Al Jazeera and other international media.
She is an editor for El Faro English, Central America’s leading investigative journalism outlet, and Global Voices, an international, multilingual community of writers, translators, academics, and digital rights activists.
Her work has been recognized by the Livingston Awards, National Press Club, International Center for Journalists and One World Media Awards and her reporting has been supported by the International Center for Journalists/Border Center, International Women’s Media Foundation, Food and Environmental Reporting Network, Pulitzer Center and Solutions Journalism Network.
From 2018 to 2021, she worked as a staff writer for the Migratory Notes newsletter writing a weekly summary of the latest immigration news.