Gönna started her journalistic career very early - with live cooking reports at the age of eight. Find out what her biggest challenges were before becoming a #lifelinks reporter - and how she overcame them.
Tweet her at @goennaberlin to get in contact with questions on her stories!
"I feel scared because the rise in sea level is quicker than before," says Tinaai on the drowning island Kiribati.
It was a long flight from Germany to Kiribati, a Pacific island nation on the front lines of climate change. Gönna talks about the trip she took to meet a young activist.
A former US Marine who can't go back to America: "I just wanna jump up, run over and go home, but I can't."
Is there really no way back to the US for former Marine Daniel? Find out what reporter Gönna thinks.
Sneak a peek behind the scenes: Right in front of the Berlin wall's remains, our #borderlines reporters answer a few questions about their shooting - in silence, no words allowed.
Taiwan's single ladies are "too well-educated", experts say. But Lydia won't give up.
Does love differ around the world? Filming in Taiwan, the world's lonely hearts club, reporter Gönna found this answer:
Lydia from Taipei and almost all of her friends are single. Sociologist Wen-Shan Yang explains why Taiwan's single culture is putting the welfare of the whole country at risk.
Lovesickness recipes, secret love and their own love stories - back from filming, our #lovelinks reporters Carolina, David and Gönna had some fun answering our questions in silence, no words allowed.
Bangladeshi blogger Ananya risks his life just by writing. Islamist fundamentalists want to kill him over his words.
What's it like to film with someone who receives death threats? Reporter Gönna shares her experiences: whether she felt safe while shooting with Ananya and what the future looks like for the blogger.
“It was never enough...and then I realized, it was never going to be enough” - the inspiring story of an ex-anorexic.
Antonia turned from an anorexic to a famous fitness-blogger. Reporter Gönna met the young woman and shares with us, what was the most emotional moment, what she learned from her and how the shoot changed her perspective.
Keeping their lips tightly shut, Gönna, Jan and Yalda reveal a few things about shooting for our episode on body image. It doesn't seem to have helped theirs - they all want to look like each other!
Alamgir dismantles ships with his bare hands and a blowtorch. It’s one of the most dangerous jobs in the world.
Alamgir works in a ship breaking yard in Chittagong, Bangladesh. That means working for little pay in dangerous conditions. Life Links reporter Gönna visited him for #headabovewater and shares her experiences here.
Gönna is currently cutting the material for #headabovewater. Luckily, she still managed to squeeze in ten minutes to tells us about Alamgir’s work at a shipbreaking yard in Bangladesh - but in silence, no words allowed.
Jean Claude never met his father - the man who raped his mother during the Rwandan genocide.
For #blamemyparents, Life Links reporter Gönna went to Rwanda to meet Jean Claude. He doesn't know his father, who raped his mother during the Rwandan genocide. Listen to Gönna talking about her time with Jean Claude.
How do you best talk about something sensitive like rape and not knowing who your father is? That's what we wanted to know from Gönna after she came back from Rwanda. And she answered - in silence, no words allowed...
Leonidah has albinism, a rare genetic condition which was once equivalent to a death sentence in her home Kenya.
In Kenya, Life Links reporter Gönna met Leonidah, a woman living with albinism. Gönna shares with us how stunned she was by Leonidah's self confidence in the face of stigmatisation.
Before putting together the final version of #dealwithme, Gönna took a well deserved break on the German coast and answered some questions about the shoot in Kenya - in silence, no words allowed!
Being Roma, Alina has to deal with discrimination. That can make it hard to figure out who she is.
Reporter Gönna Ketels spoke to us about her experiences filming with Roma in a Parisian slum. Take a listen to her thoughts on stereotyped perceptions of Roma and what the rest of us can learn from their community.
An estimated 20,000 ethnic Roma live in France. But what do people think about them?
Gönna is almost done editing her story about Alina, a young Roma woman living in Paris. Time to look back. But: in silence, no words allowed!
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