Nathalie Bertrams is a freelance journalist, photographer and National Geographic Explorer based in Athens, Greece. She reports on environmental conflicts, human rights and social justice, mainly in Africa. Nathalie’s work is published in media such as The Guardian, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Al Jazeera, The Washington Post Magazine, BBC and De Groene Amsterdammer. She also makes TV documentaries for ZDF/Arte. She is a member of the International Press Institute, Reporters without Borders, Frontline Freelance Register, and Women Photograph.
South Africa’s gold mining legacy In Johannesburg’s impoverished townships, poor communities are paying the price for the country’s rich gold mining past.
In der Giftküche von Malawi Der Rauch der offenen Kochfeuer macht Frauen und Kinder in dem südostafrikanischen Land krank. Doch selbst billige Herde sind für die meisten Familien zu teuer.
'They believe I was cursed with blindness because God was angry' Girls with disabilities in Ethiopia have been sexually assaulted and are feared for being under the spell of witchcraft.
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