Jasmijn Post is a Dutch journalist living in Brussels. She works for the local news outlet BRUZZ, where she covers, among other things, Molenbeek politics.

Recent stories include those on exploited Uber drivers, smuggled Nigerian sex workers and on the people volunteering in the Brussels North Station, helping migrants. With a background in investigative journalism and cultural anthropology, she believes in giving a voice to those people otherwise not often heard. Although she loves writing news articles and interviews, making video reports and her column about art, her heart goes out to long investigative and well-written stories.

Basic information

Name
Jasmijn Post
Country
Belgium
City
Brussels

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The slavery of care: Bulgarian women working in the West as caregivers

  • Europe
  • Health
  • Human Rights

SOFIA - The story focuses on the plight of cash-strapped Bulgarian women who come to Belgium and the Netherlands as posted workers to care for elderly people who want to spend the last months or years of their life in their own home, instead of in a retirement home. The investigation focuses on one of the main players on the market offering such services, Seniorcare24.