Emmanuel Igunza is an Ethiopia-based correspondent for BBC Africa, where he covers politics, business, climate change, human rights and international justice in East Africa and the Horn of Africa. He has covered civil war in South Sudan, civil unrest and democratic changes in Ethiopia, the plight of refugees in the Horn of Africa and African migrants attempting to get to Europe via the Mediterranean Sea. Prior to joining the BBC, Mr. Igunza worked as a news presenter for Kenya's Nation Media Group, the largest media house in East and Central Africa. He has also worked for the London-based Institute of War and Peace Reporting (IWPR) as an international justice reporter. At the United Nations, he is interested in covering the role of Security Council in peace and security in Africa, African calls for UN reform and the changing face of UN peacekeeping missions on the continent.

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