Author: Corinne Chin

Corinne specializes in visual journalism, with experience in video, photo and design, but she also has a background in long form writing. Inspired by experiences reporting in a refugee camp in Malawi, in post-war northern Uganda and in South African townships near Johannesburg, Corinne is passionate about telling stories.

Land Mines and Cluster Munitions in a Public Health Context

Jackie Hansen described a scene straight out of a nightmare. Nestled in the grass, a metallic ball looks like a shiny new plaything to a child. But it’s actually a remnant of war—a cluster munition, a close cousin of the landmine—just waiting to explode when the child tosses it to a friend. “Kids might think,