- Journalist, United Kingdom
Nabila Ramdani is a Paris-born freelance journalist of Algerian descent who specializes in French politics, Islamic affairs and the Arab World. She writes columns for The Guardian, The Observer, The Independent, London Evening Standard and New Statesman. She also produces features and news stories for various other Fleet Street publications, including the Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, and Sunday Times. Ramdani contributes to a variety of Middle Eastern outlets, including The National, Gulf News, Daily News Egypt, The Gulf Today, 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, and is a commentator for numerous political programmes for the BBC, Al Jazeera, Canal +, Sky News and others. She is a winner of the inaugural European Muslim Woman of Influence (EMWI) Award 2010 and a Board Member of the Franco-British Council.