Nabila Ramdani is a Paris-born freelance journalist and academic who specialises in Anglo-French issues, Islamic affairs, and the Arab World.
Educated at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and Paris 7 University, Nabila speaks French, English, and Arabic.
She travels extensively in the MENA region and is also interested in U.S./U.K. relations with Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Yemen.
She is a columnist for the Guardian, the London Evening Standard, and the New Statesman.
Nabila also writes opinion pieces, features, and news stories for a wide range of other Fleet Street publications, including the Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, Mirror, Express, and Sunday Times.
Nabila has experience working with a variety of French papers such as Le Parisien, Marianne, L'Express, and Le Figaro.
She contributes to Middle Eastern publications, including The National, Gulf News, and Daily News Egypt.
Nabila is a well-established commentator for the BBC, Al Jazeera, Sky, Channel 4, ITV1, CNN, PBS, CBS, Russia Today, and other international channels.
Nabila also has experience working for French TV and radio stations such as France Télévisions (France 2, France 3 and France 5), Canal Plus, France Inter, Europe 1, RTL, BFM, among others.
She has worked on the other side of the camera too, producing documentaries for prime time television in the UK for Channel 4 and ITV1.
She held teaching positions at Oxford University (Jesus and Oriel Colleges), the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and Paris 7 University.
Nabila is a winner of the inaugural European Muslim Woman of Influence (EMWI) Award 2010.
She is a nominee for the EU Journalist Award - Together Against Discrimination 2010.
- London School Of Economics
- Paris 7 University