Isabelle Buckow is a freelance reporter and editor. She studied linguistics, social sciences, journalism and communications, graduated from the 34th year of the Henri Nannen School of Journalism in Hamburg, and lived in Zimbabwe for three months in 2010. Since then, she has returned to Africa time and again - bringing many stories back with her. She writes primarily about social, societal and scientific topics and has won several awards, including the Hansel-Mieth-Preis Digital for digital journalism and the Axel Springer Prize for Young Journalists.
She can also coordinate: She organized the prestigious German Reporter Award, the Reporter Workshop at SPIEGEL and CORRECTIV's Reporter Factory. For the WDR project #bienenlive, she also took care of 150,000 reporter bees, and for the tactile.news dialogue research #50survivors, 50 people who have survived the coronavirus.
Photo: Ivo Mayr