Nada Ahmed

Nada Ahmed is a researcher and lawyer working in the field of human rights after obtaining her Master II from Paris X University, during which she did an internship with Human Rights Watch. Nada worked had previously worked as a lawyer in the office of Egyptian human rights defender Negad El Borai on research various public opinion matters. She is the author of The Prisoner's Handbook, a guide to prison laws in Egypt and was previously a nonresident fellow at the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy. Nada is currently a PhD candidate at the Transitional Justice Institute in Ulster University, Northern Ireland where she investigates narratives of perpetration in transitional justice mechanisms, focusing on Egypt, Tunisia, and Libya. You can follow her on twitter at @Nadalsaady.

Articles by: Nada Ahmed

Libya’s Elections and Stability

With Libya preparing to hold elections in December this year, concerns related to their legal framework threaten the whole process and raise questions about the effectiveness of ensuring Libya’s stability in the...

An Uphill Battle: The Truth and Dignity Report and Transitional Justice in Tunisia

The death of President Beji Caid Essebsi in July of this year and the prospect of elections in the fall leave the question open about what, if anything, will be done in...