Danielle Preiss

Danielle Preiss is a freelance print and radio journalist based in Kathmandu. Her work has been featured in the Atlantic, NPR, Quartz, and Himal Southasian, among others. She is a regular contributor to National Public Radio. She often reports on human rights, health, and development.

Danielle Preiss is a freelance print and radio journalist based in Kathmandu. Her work has been featured in the Atlantic, NPR, Quartz, and Himal Southasian, among others. She is a regular contributor to National Public Radio. She often reports on human rights, health, and development.

A demonstrator holds a sign as people gather outside the European Union institutions to rally in solidarity with Poland's LGBT community, in Brussels, Aug. 19, 2020.

Polish activists fight against anti-LGBT movement

Poland is considered the worst country in the European Union in terms of gay rights.

Polish activists fight against anti-LGBT movement
Sita Adhikari

Here's what refugees do while they're waiting to get into the US

Here's what refugees do while they're waiting to get into the US
Sita Adhikari

As Bhutanese refugee camps in Nepal wind down, resettlement program is considered a success

As Bhutanese refugee camps in Nepal wind down, resettlement program is considered a success
Goats at Leach Farms in upstate New York.

Some immigrants in New York prefer to slaughter animals themselves. There's a farm that wants to help.

Some immigrants in New York prefer to slaughter animals themselves. There's a farm that wants to help.