Sarah Souli is an independent journalist based in Athens, Greece. She focuses on narrative-driven, in-depth pieces that connect individual stories to a bigger picture, be that politics, economics, the environment, culture, or human rights. Her print work has been featured in Vice, The Guardian, Al Jazeera English, Quartz, The Economist, and others. She has provided on-air commentary for BBC Radio and France24. Prior to living in Greece, Sarah worked for several years in Tunisia; before that, she was a staff writer for COLORS Magazine in Italy. She is a 2018 grantee with the International Women's Media Fund. Sarah is available for in-depth interviews, analysis, research, writing, copy-editing, commentary, and photography.
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