Gouri Sharma

Gouri Sharma

Gouri Sharma is a freelance journalist based in Berlin. Previously, she spent five years working on the production desk for Al Jazeera's media critique show, the Listening Post. 

Germany

#MeTwo: As nationalist anger rises, stories of everyday racism

As far-right groups protest in Germany, people of colour are speaking up about the daily casual racism they experience.

#MeTwo: As nationalist anger rises, stories of everyday racism

Business & Economy

Living in an infomercial: Berliners attempt advertising ban

Grassroots collective drafts law seeking to limit commercial advertising in public spaces in Germany’s largest city.

Living in an infomercial: Berliners attempt advertising ban

Human Rights

Germany: Confronting the colonial roots of racism

'The Nazis didn't fall out of the sky, there is a deeper racist, xenophobic mindset in German history.'

Germany: Confronting the colonial roots of racism

Human Rights

Berliners react to Trump's US-Mexico wall

Those living in the once divided German city reflect on how walls can split families and create prejudices.

Berliners react to Trump's US-Mexico wall

Features

From the streets of Kobane to the Berlin Wall

The WARonWALL exhibition brings the war in Syria to the heart of Germany's capital.

From the streets of Kobane to the Berlin Wall

Arts & Culture

Hip-Hop Homeland: India's underground rap scene

A new hip-hop movement in India sees rappers perform in the vernacular to speak to - and for - the Indian masses.

Hip-Hop Homeland: India's underground rap scene