EL PAÍS (Spain) : Supersticiones que matan: el tráfico de huesos de albino (Mozambique)

New Internationalist (uk): what the land grabbers did next (Mozambique)

EL PAÍS Brasil (Brazil): O fiasco de um programa sueco para ajudar os pobres em Moçambique (Mozambique)

EL PAÍS (Spain): La deuda de los bosques escandinavos en el norte de Mozambique (Mozambique)

Marie CLaire (Hungary): Afrika üldözött gyermekei (Mozambique)

Marie Claire (UK): Albinism in The Niassa Region (Mozambique)

EL PAÍS (Spain): Aquellos hombres barbudos a lo lejos... (Iraq)

The Sunday Telegraph (UK):  Traumatised by Isil - The Children of Iraq (Iraq)

The Daily Telegraph (UK): Life under Islamic State: the children who have never known life outside the brutal regime (Iraq)

EL PAÍS (Spain): Miles de niños sirios en talleres clandestinos en Turquía (Turkey)

The Daily Telegraph (UK): Underage, Underpaid and Unwelcome (Turkey)

CNN (US): A hidden epidemic in Ukraine (Ukraine)

Days Japan (Japan) - ウクライナ - 紛争の裏で 深刻化するHIV感染 (Ukraine)






Nils Adler is a freelance journalist interested in the impact of conflict and insecurity on marginalised groups in society. Nils Studied Social anthropology at The london school of economics (LSE).

Since 2016, he has produced stories from Turkey, Ukraine, Mozambique and Iraq. For the past year, Nils has been working on a project with Dutch photographer, Pascal Vossen in the UK and the kurdistan region of iraq.

Nils is HEFAT certified. The contents of his rucksack include a Canon 800D, Zoom H5 handy recorder, a notepad and a pen. He is available for commissioned work.