Samia Errazzouki

Samia Errazzouki is a former Nonresident Fellow at TIMEP focusing on press freedom in North Africa, with a special emphasis on the situation of women journalists. She is a co-founder of Khmissa, an NGO that advocates for women’s rights in Morocco through an intersectional lens. Samia has worked as a Morocco-based journalist, reporting for the Associated Press and later with Reuters. She has also worked as a research associate in Morocco with the University of Cambridge, researching the dynamics of surveillance and citizen media in light of the Arab Spring. She is currently a co-editor with Jadaliyya. Her work and commentary has appeared in various platforms including the Washington Post, BBC, Foreign Policy, The Guardian, and Al Jazeera, among others. Samia holds a BA in Global Affairs from George Mason University and an MA in Arab Studies from Georgetown University. She is currently completing her PhD in History at the University of California, Davis. You can follow her on Twitter at @S_Errazzouki.

Articles by: Samia Errazzouki

أوضاع حرية التعبير في الجزائر

ظن الكثيرون أن الحراك الشعبي في الجزائر سيفتح الطريق نحو مجتمع أكثر حرية وتقدمية، إلا أن التطورات في مجالي حرية التعبير والصحافة خلال السنوات القليلة الماضية تشير إلى سيناريو مختلف

Algeria and the State of Freedom of Expression

While the days of the Hirak movement seemed to suggest that Algeria was heading towards the path of progress, the developments of the past few years with regards to freedom of the...

A Maghreb United in Discord

Amid the recurring pattern of authoritarian regression and rising costs of living, the Maghreb’s leaders might soon find that from Casablanca to Oran to Sfax—and all the places in between—the region’s people...