Nadja reports and produces television and video reports from Latin America with Bruno Federico, most regularly as a Special Correspondent for the PBS NewsHour.
PBS NewsHour: How U.S. immigration policy affects fate of migrants braving the deadly Darien Gap, August 13, 2020:
PBS NewsHour: Yielding to US Pressure, Mexico Clamps down on Migrants (part of a 3-part series on migrants from around the globe taking one of the longest and most dangerous migration routes through Latin America to reach the US). January 11, 2020.
PBS NewsHour, Interview: Of Pushing out Maduro, Guaidó says ‘Venezuela already decided for change,’ February 19, 2019
PBS NewsHour: Italy discouraging flow of migrants from North Africa. December 9, 2017
PBS NewsHour: FARC drops its weapons, but Colombia’s deadly conflict goes on. May 25, 2018.
PBS NewsHour: Can Colombia rework its FARC deal without jeopardizing peace? October 31, 2016.
PBS NewsHour: Interview with Colombian President and Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Juan Manuel Santos. October 21, 2016.
PBS NewsHour: What peace in Colombia would mean for the drug trade and those who depend on it. March 30, 2016.
PBS NewsHour: Inside Colombia’s Jungles, how FARC rebels are preparing for peace. March 21, 2016.
Guardian Films: FARC Guerrillas: Last days of blood in Colombia. November 27, 2015.
Univision, Aquí y Ahora: Un conflicto de más de medio siglo. October 21, 2015.
PBS NewsHour: As Venezuela’s economy plummets, mass exodus ensues. July 9, 2017
PBS NewsHour: Venezuelans suffer deadly scarcity of food and medicine. June 22, 2017
PBS NewsHour: Dire conditions drive growing anti-government opposition in Venezuela. June 5, 2017
PBS NewsHour: Oil smuggling, environmental disaster, and economic ruin in Venezuela. July 26, 2016.
PBS NewsHour: In post-Chavez Venezuela, health care ails, food is scarce and crime is everywhere. July 14, 2016
PBS NewsHour: Ecuador looks to pick up pieces and rebuild after devastating earthquake. May 26, 2016.