INTERVIEWS

Yemen & International Women's Day
Vice.com, Mar 2019

Following talks in Stockholm, can promises help Yemen live in peace?
TRT World, Feb 2019

Swedish Arabic Radio, Dec 2018

Commencing Yemen Peace Talks
 UN Arabic, Sept 2018

Atlantic Council, Jun 2018

CBC, May 2017

Interview with Afrah Nasser
BBC Xtra, April 2017

Idol Gives Hope to Devastated Yemen
Swedish Radio, March 2017

As long as there are human beings there are stories
Gothenburg University, Nov 2016

Innocent People Died on a Regular Basis and Nobody Seemed to Care About This’
Cinema Scandanivia, October 2016

Anti-imperialista Blog, October 2016 


Nasser wants to have more migrants in the media (in SE)
November 18, 2015 - Gothenburg University

Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Tunisia (AR)
Swedish Radio, October 2015


Bachelor's degree thesis: EXILE 2.0. An analysis of Afrah Nasser’s blog authorship
June 2015 - Gothenburg University, Lorna Bartram


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June 15, 2015 - The Clarion Project organisation

Afrah Nasser: We are in the first five minutes of this revolution
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May 3, 2015 - BBC World News

Radio Interview (starts at min 30:00)
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April 30, 2015 - BBC NewsDay

Radio Interview (starts at min 55:00)
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April 29, 2015 - Al Jazeera

The resurfacing power of Arab women
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April 20, 2015 - SVT.se

Gothenburg's Blogger is One of the 100 Powerful Arabsabs (in Swedish)
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March 2015 - Journalisten.se

Interview about media during Gräv conference - interview starts at min 21
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March 2015 - Global Journalist Radio

Breaking down the ongoing unrest in Yemen
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March 22, 2015 - Norway's VG nyheter

IS-interference is a recipe for disaster .. read more.
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February 14, 2015 - New Internationalist Magazine

'Thinking Loudly': Blogging for Yemen .. read more.
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January 6, 2015 - by the awesome, dr. Elham Manea.

'We survive by living ... deliberately!' Meet Yemeni female blogger: Afrah Nasser .. read more.
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January 5, 2015 - GoteborgDaily.se

How a Gothenburg student became an important voice from the Middle East .. read more1, 2.
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November 18, 2014 - YourMiddleEast.com

Q&A with Yemen's Twitter Queen.. read more here>>.
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October 30, 2014 - Swedish Institute (in Swedish)

YLVP-alumn får Dawit Isaak-priset .. read more.
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October 29, 2014 - Radio Sweden (in Arabic)

I was interviewed by the Radio Sweden in Arabic about receiving the Dawit Isaak Award 2014. Listen to the interview here.
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April 23, 2014 - expressen

I was interviewed by Gothenburg Post newspaper for their series on the "Entire Globe in Gothenburg", featuring different nationalities and ethnicities who live in Gothenburg. Read more here. (In Swedish)

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March 19, 2014 - Handelskammaren

I was interviewed part of a series of interviews by Handelskammaren presented in a report about Gothenburg city. I moved to Gothenburg 6 months ago to pursue my masters' degree in communication at Gothenburg university and I guess I have a fresh look into the city. I said in the interview, "I'm shocked how segregated Gothenburg is." Read more here at p. 39 (in Swedish).


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Om Världen - September, 2011

Interview titled, 'An Arabic Winter?' (in Swedish)

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August, 2011 - Aswat
Featured Voices: Afrah Nasser
Read here.



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Al-Akhbar - August 2011
أفراح ناصر «تدوِّن» تاريخ اليمن... من المنفى

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May 3, 2011 - AJStream

Yemen: A Movement Blogged

Afrah Nasser, a blogger and journalist for the Yemen Observer, has been giving an inside glimpse into the lives of activists in Sana'a's Change Square. Read more >>



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Tom Finn - April, 2011

5 Yemeni bloggers you should be following

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April 20, 2011 - CNN.com

Ten Must-Read Blogs from the Middle East

Afrah Nasser is a 25-year-old journalist at the Yemen Observer. Nasser has been blogging for just over a year, featuring politics, news and views. Her recent posts have been about the protests in Yemen and include updates from Sanaa's Change Square, a focal point for protest in the capital. Read more >>


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March 31, 2011

Children of the Revolution

Quoted in a photo essay in Foreign Policy magazine: "Women have also been conspicuously active in the protests throughout the Arab world. Yemeni women have made a particularly strong showing in demonstrations against the regime of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, a revolution that "started on a very small scale," writes Afrah Nasser, a 25-year-old Yemeni journalist and blogger from Sana'a. Read more >>  



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March 6, 2011

Afrah Nasser Edits Yemen Observer on International Women's Day

The Yemen Observer has appointed its staff journalist Afrah Nasser as editor-in-chief for Monday’s edition in celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8.

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