Ido Nahari is a sociologist, researcher and writer who works as an assistant editor for Arts of the Working Class, a street newspaper covering art, poverty, wealth and precarity. Interested in the fields of cultural revivalism, social welfare and the commodification of emotions, Nahari holds a Master of Science in Culture and Society from the London School of Economics and Political Science, where he received a mark of distinction for his investigation of the marketability of authenticity. His work has been featured widely in publications such as Spike Art Magazine, Die Tageszeitung, Analyse und Kritik, Ha’aretz and the New York Public Seminar.
Updated May 2022
More from Ido Nahari
'RAISING A RED FLAG' - from the 2022 HUMAN RIGHTS Cph Fellowship podcast series
Can a flag be apolitical? Listen to this podcast from the 2022 Copenhagen Fellows and learn more about Greenland, the Faroe Islands and Denmark's shared history and how the flag has come to play a role in it.
Humanity in Action Germany Announces the 2022 German Fellows Cohort
From a competitive pool of applicants, 21 Fellows were selected in Germany to join the 2022 Humanity in Action Fellows cohort.