Nathalie is a photojournalist and writer who works across Africa and the Middle East. After Addis Ababa, Johannesburg and Istanbul, she is now based in Brussels. Her work has been published by e.g. The Guardian, Al Jazeera, Mail & Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, Süddeutsche Zeitung. She is 2017 grantee of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and winner of the EU Lorenzo Natali Media Prize 2016 for journalism on development. Nathalie can be contacted for assignments worldwide. http://www.crossingborders.info
Illegal logging in Malawi: can clean cooking stoves save its forests?
After having survived the dangerous journey across the Mediterranean Sea in a dinghy, two Afghan boys are taking a selfie on the shore of Lesbos Island. Greece, November 2015.
Young man fleeing a Middle Eastern country has tatooed "Germany" on his back. Lesbos, Greece.
Life jackets are piling up on the Greek island of Lesbos.
Father holds his daughter after having arrived in Lesbos, Greece by boat.
Dinghy with migrants from Afghanistan arriving on the Greek shore, Lesbos Island, Greece, November 2015.
Iranians have stitched their lips in protest at Greek/Macedonian border.