Naomi Conrad

political correspondent

German-British jorno, @DeutscheWelle's political correspondent based in Berlin, occasional forays into the Middle East and Pakistan. TV/Radio/OL.

Portfolio

TV

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIGbglprvGo&list=PL32036C0AEFC5A694
Jihad 101 - Taliban basic training in Pakistan | Journal Reporters
Selling sex in Pakistan can mean death | All media content | DW.COM | 25.06.2015
In Pakistan, the penalty for having extramarital sex ranges from 100 lashes to death by stoning. Despite the harsh law, prostitution flourishes. DW met a woman who said she...
Pakistan: Boom time for shamans | All media content | DW.COM | 02.07.2015
In many parts of Pakistan, there is limited access to doctors or psychologists. Without recourse to medical professionals, people often turn to exorcists, whose intentions are,...
Berlin: Refugees treat traumatized refugees | All media content | DW.COM | 25.11.2016
DW News Most Syrian refugees have been traumatized by horrific experiences, and many suffer from panic attacks and depression. A pilot project in Berlin trains refugees with...
Elections in Egypt, but will things change? | All media content | DW.COM | 16.10.2015
Egyptians living abroad will start voting in parliamentary elections tomorrow. But what is likely to change in Egypt? Since President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi took power in 2013,...
http://dw.com/p/1GgCc
Ayham Ahmad - the Pianist of Yarmouck Camp
http://www.dw.de/leaving-the-faith-former-muslims/av-17671307
Leaving the Faith

Radio

Wie ein Altenburger Fußballspiel zu Honeckers Chefsache wurde | MDR.DE
Radio-Feature MDR/RBB: Altenburg, südlich von Leipzig: Zwei Hobbymannschaften, die ein aus Ost-, die andere aus West-Deutschland, treffen sich zum Spielen, feiern danach...
Deutschlandfunk - Eine Welt
Es ist das wirtschafts- und geopolitische Megaprojekt Chinas: die Neue Seidenstraße. Mit ihr will Peking ein Handelsnetzwerk zwischen Asien und Europa spannen. Die Führung...
http://www.dw.com/en/worldlink-training-arabic-speaking-refugees-as-psychologists/av-36706360
Worldlink: Training Arabic speaking refugees as trauma councellors
WorldLink - return of the prayer waker | All media content | DW.COM | 10.07.2015
During Ramadan, the holiest month in Islam, Muslims all over the world fast from sunrise to sunset. Once upon a time, Mesaharati, or public wakers would roam the streets,...
WorldLink-Brotherhood underground | All media content | DW.COM | 03.07.2015
Two years after Egypt's military deposed Egyptian president Mohammed Mosi -member of the now outlawed Muslim Brotherhood- we hear how the Brotherhood has gone underground.
http://www.dw.de/dresden-a-city-divided/av-18387675
Dresden: A city divided by a right-wing populist
http://www.dw.de/commemorations-at-auschwitz/av-18223733
Commemorations at Auschwitz
https://soundcloud.com/conradn/inside-europe-pkk-in-germany
PKK in Germany

Print/Online

http://www.dw.com/en/in-berlin-inside-a-gulen-light-house/a-36806245
In Berlin, inside a Gulen 'light-house'
Locals caught between army and militants in Sinai | Middle East | DW.COM | 31.10.2015
In an air-conditioned café in central Cairo - one of the many uniform international chains that beckon brightly from street corners on the city's traffic-choked roads - Saed...
In Syria, a piano burns and a musician is silenced | Middle East | DW.COM | 15.09.2015
As the civil war raged on in Syria, a young Palestinian musician would wheel his piano onto the bombed-out streets of Yarmouk and sing amid the rubble and dust that have come to...
Egypt opens Suez canal expansion | Middle East | DW.COM | 06.08.2015
As journalists waited to be shuttled to the banks of the Suez Canal, a group of female police officers took turns posing with the cake, a huge creation of pink and white icing...
Headscarves limit affluent Egyptian women's social lives | World | DW.COM | 30.07.2015
On a stiflingly hot evening in Cairo's affluent Zamalek neighborhood, the city's young and trendy were gearing up for another night out in town: A group of girls in tight jeans...
Pakistan Berufsziel: Dschihadist
Von Naomi Conrad Ein pakistanischer Muslim liest den Koran während des Fastenmonats Ramadan in Peshawar. (picture alliance / dpa / Bilawal Arbab) Kann man Taliban studieren?...
Pakistan Verbotene Prostitution in der islamischen Republik
Von Naomi Conrad Pakistanische Prostituierte bei einer Demonstration zum Welt-Aids-Tag: Leben in ständiger Angst. (picture alliance / dpa / epa) Prostitution ist illegal in...
Der Kampf der Syrer um Pässe | Deutschland | DW.DE | 12.03.2015
Der Feierabend-Verkehr kriecht an der Baustelle vorbei, die die Hälfte der großen Straße in Berlin-Mitte einnimmt. Gegenüber hastet eine Frau durch den Nieselregen, vorbei an...
Auschwitz survivor: 'Every night I dreamed of food' | Germany | DW.DE | 26.01.2015
As the bus trundles past the grey and somewhat derelict train station in the Polish town of Oswiecim, the rusty railway tracks dusted with snow, an old man suddenly starts to...
Verkauft und schikaniert: Sklaven im Niger | Afrika | DW.DE | 20.08.2014
Maradi, im Süd-Niger: Die Soldaten, die die ausländischen Journalisten beschützen sollen, dösen auf Plastikstühlen im Schatten vor dem Hotel. Neben der Eingangstreppe schlurft...
http://www.sz-shop.de/PR-Welt-Reise-Geschichten/
Welt. Reise. Geschichten. Mit dabei: "Auf dem Diwan", Couchsurfen in Kurdistan
Leben retten und dabei überleben
Operationen ohne Betäubungsmittel in ausgebombten Kellern: Das syrische Gesundheitssystem ist zusammengebrochen, es fehlt an Medikamenten und Personal. Ärzte aus Deutschland...

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