Nabila Ramdani is a Paris-born freelance journalist of Algerian descent who specialises in Anglo-French issues, Islamic affairs, and the Arab World.
Nabila is also particularly interested in the human consequences of America’s War on Terror and terrorism issues linked to Al-Qaeda.
She writes columns for The Guardian, London Evening Standard, and New Statesman.
Nabila also produces features and news stories for a wide range of other Fleet Street publications, including the Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, and Sunday Times.
She contributes to a variety of Middle Eastern outlets, including The National, Gulf News, Daily News Egypt, Al Jazeera.Net, and The Majalla magazine.
Her work also appears in French newspapers like Le Parisien, Marianne, L’Express, Le Monde, and Le Figaro.
Nabila is an authoritative commentator for the BBC’s Woman’s Hour, Today programme, You and Yours, PM, and Newsnight, Al Jazeera’s Inside Story, France Inter, France Télévisions, Canal +, and the Sky News Press Preview.
Nabila is a winner of the inaugural European Muslim Woman of Influence (EMWI) Award 2010.
She was a nominee for the EU Journalist Award - Together Against Discrimination 2010.