10/02/2020 . By Omnia Gadalla

Omnia Gadalla is an assistant lecturer at the Faculty of Law and Sharia at Al-Azhar University (Business Law Department), a Master of Laws researcher at Al-Azhar University, and founded of

09/28/2020 . By Alessandra Bajec

Alessandra Bajec is a freelance journalist specializing in the Middle East and North Africa. Between 2010 and 2011, she lived in Palestine and was based in Cairo between 2013 and

09/14/2020 . By Krystel Bassil

Krystel Bassil is the Head of the Human Rights and Business Unit at the Syrian Legal Development Programme (SLDP). Prior to joining SLDP, Krystel worked as a business and human

09/08/2020 . By TIMEP

Jud Nirenberg is the Development Manager at TIMEP.  He has held development roles at a wide range of organizations, such as the US Association for UNHCR, Jane Goodall Institute, 1Libya, and

09/01/2020 . By Joey Ayoub

Joey Ayoub is the founder of The Fire These Times & Hummus For Thought and a PhD researcher at the University of Zurich, Dissonant Narratives. Twitter account: @JoeyAyoub

08/14/2020 . By Fatim-Zohra El Malki

Fatim-Zohra El Malki is a North Africa consultant based between Rabat and London. She is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Oxford, where she focuses on criminal justice

08/13/2020 . By TIMEP

Sarah Morsheimer is a Legal and Policy Intern at TIMEP. She is currently the legal director for Georgetown’s chapter of the International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) and a J.D. candidate

08/13/2020 . By TIMEP

Sana Sekkarie is a Legal and Policy Intern at TIMEP. She is currently pursuing her MA in security studies at Georgetown University. She previously worked as the special assistant to

07/30/2020 . By Labib al-Nahhas

Labib al-Nahhas De La Ossa is a Syrian politician and activist, formerly an IT/software entrepreneur. Originally from the city of Homs, Syria, he is currently the Program Director at the

07/09/2020 . By Shohdi Mourad

Shohdi Mourad is the pseudonym for a Cairo-based contributor, who has requested anonymity.