Jenny is WORLD’s global desk chief and European reporter. She is a World Journalism Institute and Smith College graduate. She is the author of the novel Mountains of Manhattan and resides in Porrentruy, Switzerland, with her family.
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Teaching French schoolchildren about the Pilgrims requires more than costumes and pumpkin pie
How have society’s attitudes shifted regarding children and families? And what does that do to a culture? On today's episode, we’re joined by WJI graduate Chiara Lamberti and WORLD’s Jenny Lind Schmitt.
Israel’s Supreme Court considers overturning a law raising the court’s level of scrutiny required to overturn actions of the prime minister
What’s behind the showdown between the legislature and the court?
BACKGROUNDER | Severe restrictions on women show the new Taliban isn’t much different than the old one
Wissam al-Saliby represents evangelicals and other persecuted people of faith before the United Nations Human Rights Council
Plus, Chinese dissident arrested in Laos, cybercrime bill protested in Jordan, and escalating violence in Ecuador
Jenny Lind Schmitt | One man’s fight for persecuted Christians around the world
The LGBTQ agenda in Spain prompts voters to hand a defeat to socialist lawmakers