The New Arab Meets: Australian-Egyptian musician and artist, Mariam Sawires. In anticipation of her EP release, Mariam talks about the pressures of Australia's draconian lockdown, and how it has both shifted and impacted her creative processes.
The New Arab Meets: Nidal Nijm, a Palestinian-Brazilian video game designer who has developed a Palestinian-orientated game with a resistance fighter seeking to gain justice for himself after being tortured by Israeli authorities.
The New Arab Meets: Esteemed Egyptian film director, Ayten Amin. After the resounding success of her latest film Souad, Amin speaks to The New Arab about her creative process, themes present in her work, and challenges faced by Arab film directors.
The New Arab Meets: Qatari entrepreneur and fashionista, Amal Ameen. Having built up her business by tailoring her work to an exclusive client base, she speaks on contributing to Qatari style, and her advice for budding Arab entrepreneurs.
The New Arab Meets: CEO of Raw ME and Fruity Friends, Layla Al-Dorani. Realising that most Qataris didn't have adequate amounts of fruit in their diet, Al-Dorani has pioneered health-conscious, vegan businesses aimed at revolutionising Qatari food.
The New Arab Meets: MP, activist and former Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn to talk more about his new initiative 'Peace and Justice', as well as his thoughts on Palestine, the pandemic, Afghanistan, UK racism, and the state of Labour today.
The New Arab Meets: Daniel Jadue, one of the candidates for this year's Chilean presidential election. A member of the Communist Party of Chile, he speaks to Naela Khalil about his Palestinian roots and growing up under Pinochet's dictatorship.