Ali Nobil Ahmad is a researcher, journalist, and consultant with expertise in migration, political ecology, and media. He has extensive professional experience in academia, public policy, and cultural programming, having collaborated with the ICA, BFI, and Lahore Biennale Foundation. His writings have appeared in peer-reviewed journals, newspapers, and literary publications. He has made two short experimental documentary films on climate justice and migration: Waseb [Nation] and Lok Sath [People’s Tribunal] are about the 2010 floods in Pakistan and their aftermath.
He is currently employed by the Heinrich Böll Foundation where he works as a migration specialist in the Africa Division.