Nabila Ramdani is a Paris-born journalist of Algerian descent who specializes in Anglo-French issues, Islamic affairs, and the Arab Word. A columnist for the London Evening Standard, the Guardian, and the NewStatesman, she also writes opinion pieces, features, and news stories for a wide range of Fleet Street publications, including the Observer, the Daily Telegraph, the Daily Mail, and the Sunday Times Magazine. She is a well-established commentator and regularly appears as a pundit on a range of TV and radio stations, including flagship BBC programmes and Sky News. She produces documentaries and reports for both TV and radio programmes. A former Lecturer at Oxford University, the University of Michigan, and Paris 7 University, she holds an MPhil from the London School of Economics and Political Science in International History. She is currently working towards the completion of a PhD on the rise of the nationalist movement in Egypt after the First World War. Ms. Ramdani has also gained an MPhil from Paris 7 University in British and American History and Literature and holds an Agrégation (France´s highest teaching certificate) in English. Her academic background has been intermixed with the study of Modern Standard Arabic and reflects her interest in Arab affairs in connection with international relations. Nabila is a regular speaker/moderator at a range of much coveted international symposia.
Main Pillar: Media
Areas of Expertise: Intercultural Dialogue
Country of Origin: France
City of Residency: London, U.K.