Jade Lévin is a French journalist who studied International Journalism at Cardiff University, where she graduated with a distinction. Jade’s main area of interest lies in geopolitics and human rights. She investigated the effects of religious nationalism in Armenia, questioning democratic processes and the roles played by the church in society and politics. She have shot and edited stories on refugees from Calais to Cardiff, but also covered cultural topics from sneaker trends to the art of graffiti. Former BMX-race athlete, she is a sport-addicted which led her to cover women and girls in sport and other punchy stories including on the business of Mixed Martial Arts.
Jade currently works at France 24, where she strives to share with society her passion for international news and to convince others of its importance.