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Nataly Alan

Nataly is originally from Mosul and moved to Erbil in 2008. She has a bachelor's degree in English from Mosul University and works as an administrator at a telecom company.

She joined the project to improve her interviewing and reporting skills and she hopes to apply her new skills at work and to cover important issues in her city.

"I hope to continue making these videos and reports about violence that will help people know about everything that happens inside this country."

Recent Reports

Divorced: Abuse in Iraqi Kurdistan

By Nataly Alan on Aug 11, 2010 | No Comments

After years of abuse, one woman tried to free herself from her unpredictable husband. But without support from society or the government, divorce only multiplied her problems.

Baklava in Kurdistan

By Nataly Alan on Aug 8, 2010 | No Comments

Confectioner Afif Jamal keeps baklava in the family.

Remembering: Armenian Girl Forced to Wear the Hijab at University in Iraq

By Nataly Alan on Jul 15, 2010 | No Comments

Nura hoped that she would make new friends at university. Instead, her life was threatened because she refused to conform to others' beliefs.

The Tiziano Project provides community members in conflict, post-conflict, and underreported regions with the equipment, training, and affiliations necessary to report their stories and improve their lives.