Venetia Rainey is a multimedia journalist who has filed stories from across the MENA region and Europe.
She has reported in depth on the refugee crisis in Lebanon, spoken to the last remaining Jewish chef in Tunisia and covered a divisive national election in The Netherlands. Her work mainly focuses on issues around migration and gender.
She is currently based between Amsterdam and Athens.
The Dutch suburb of Spijkenisse is a center of support for the anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim politician Geert Wilders.
About one in three Jordanian women report experiencing domestic violence but many lack access to services. Now, Jordanian women are getting help in centers set up to treat Syrian refugees.
When the war in Syria started five years ago, Lebanon was a relatively welcoming place. But not so much anymore. Three Syrian women who arrived in Lebanon over the five years of the war tell their stories.
The war back home in Syria forced women into new roles outside of Syria. Some of them are creating opportunities for themselves.