Nils Bröer is Freelance Photographer and Reporter with a focus on social issues, documentary- and portrait photography based in Berlin, Germany.
His work has been published in national and international newspapers and magazines. He has travelled Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union extensively and and gained comprehensive knowledge about Central Asia during a research residence in Almaty, Kazakhstan from 2012-2013. As a member of the German Network of Reporting on Eastern Europe (n-ost) he is linked to a wide ranging Network of experts on Eastern Europe and the FSU.
Nils Bröer is not afraid in the dark, prefers film over digital and Fender amps over Marshall. He likes the cat of his girlfriend a lot, loves Fellini and Antonioni, still thinks Prince is the greatest pop Musician alive and a has a general fondness for Modal Jazz.
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Refugees in Tovarnik, Croatia
Shortly after Hungary closed its borders for Refugees in Summer 2015, the so called Balkan Route collapsed. Arriving from Serbia, Refugees gathered in the small town of Tovarnik, Croatia. The Croatian Government organized busses to bring them to the Hungarian border at night. More the 400 people spent a whole day in the line, to get a seat in those busses.