Badreddine Rachidi

Badreddine Rachidi is the Advocacy Intern at TIMEP. He holds a Bachelor's degree in International Affairs from the University of Cincinnati and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Arab Studies at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. Before joining TIMEP, Badre served as a Research Assistant with Georgetown’s Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, and interned with the office of Senator Sherrod Brown. He also participated in the Arab Spring movement in Morocco and was a member of the Morocco Association for Human Rights. Badre’s work includes involvement in various research and advocacy projects related to human rights and political developments in the Arab world.