Goele Geeraert is a freelance journalist. She specialises in economy, the labour market, human resources and social wellbeing. During the past years she has gone to Congo twice, which resulted in several articles in print and online media.
Multimedia journalist, Greet Brauwers (°1963), graduated from the KASK film school in Ghent (Belgium) and freelanced for TV (VRT, tvbrussel) and DeWereldMorgen.be. She's made several documentary films a.o. 'Bruxelles-Kinshasa', 'Do You Copy Me?', 'Beulen in Baraka' and 'Trouwen over de grens'.
Hanne Couderé is a Belgian freelance journalist. She studied Political Sciences and Development Studies in Antwerp and Brussels, and completed a postgraduate course in International Research Journalism.
Hanne Phlypo (°1984) graduated from INSAS (Institut National Supérieur des Arts de Spectacle et de la Diffusion) in Brussels in 2006. Thereafter she explored all aspects of filmmaking. With Antoine Vermeesch she set up her own production company, Clin d'oeil. Silent Stories is her first documentary project.
Co,nceived in the war (1944), born after the war (01-07-1945). Wandered around, together with his twin brother Toon, from 1947 to 1958, with his mother and his parents, in Antwerp, Brasschaat, Borgerhout and Deurne.
Huib de Zeeuw (1984) is a freelance investigative journalist, specialising in energy and the Middle East. He writes about energy for De Onderzoeksredactie, De Groene Amsterdammer and De Correspondent and has written about the Middle East for various media. Huib studied journalism in Ede and Arabic Languages and Culture, as well as international relations, at Amsterdam University.