Nabila Ramdani is an award-winning French-Algerian journalist, columnist, and broadcaster who specialises in French politics, Islamic affairs, and the Arab World.
She writes columns for The Guardian, The Observer, The Independent, and London Evening Standard.
Nabila also produces features and news stories for a wide range of other Fleet Street publications, including the Mirror, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, and Sunday Times.
Her work also appears in the US in The New York Times and in French newspapers like Le Monde, Le Figaro, Le Parisien, Marianne, and L’Express.
She contributes to a variety of Middle Eastern outlets, including The National, Asharq al-Awsat, al-Arab, Middle East Monitor, Middle East Eye, Gulf News, Daily News Egypt, The Gulf Today, Al Jazeera News, The Majalla magazine, and Think, the new Qatari corporate magazine.
Nabila is a commentator for flagship programmes such as the BBC‘s Newsnight, Woman’s Hour, Today programme, Dateline London, The Daily Politics, You and Yours, PM, Broadcasting House, and Sunday; the Sky News Press Preview, Sunrise, TheLive Desk, and Boulton & Co; ITV ‘s Good Morning Britain; Al Jazeera‘s InsideStory; France Télévisions, Canal +, and France Inter.
Nabila has been listed among the Top Muslim Women Twitterati for 2015
Nabila is a member of the jury for the first edition of the African Fact-Checking Awards 2014.
She was named one of five women who honoured Algeria in the Year 2013.
Nabila won the International Media Awards “Cutting Edge” Prize in journalism 2013.
She is listed as one of the most influential Twitter account holders in the world by France’s national news agency, AFP (Agence France-Presse).
Nabila has been selected as a Board Member of the Global Thinkers Forum (GTF).
She is a winner of the Best Arab journalist in the West Award 2012 organised by the London-based Arabs Group network.
Nabila is an honouree of the Global Thinkers Forum Excellence in Innovation Award 2012 organised under the patronage of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan.
She has been named by DNA (Decide Now Act) “101 Innovation” as 1 of 101 most innovative individuals in the world for social good in 2012.
Nabila has been honoured with the title Young Global Leader 2012 by the World Economic Forum.
She is a board member of the Franco-British Council.
Nabila is a winner of the inaugural EMWI – European Muslim Woman of Influence Award 2010.
She was a nominee for the 2010 EU Journalist Award – Together Against Discrimination.
Nabila is a Fellow on the pioneering UN Alliance of Civilizations programme (UNAOC).