Ishak Ibrahim is a Nonresident fellow with TIMEP focusing on religious minorities. He is also a researcher, advocate and campaigner specialized in issues related freedom of belief and religious minorities at Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR). Responsibilities include desk research, fieldwork, authoring reports, managing research and editorial team, and media outreach. Ibrahim holds a BA from faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University. He worked many years for human rights organizations, he worked also as a journalist for Watani newspaper.
He is a member at Egyptian journalist syndicate. Ibrahim awarded best interview in competition sponsored by the UN Press Center in concert with the European Union and the Ahram Center for Journalism, 2008.
Irregularly, Ibrahim writes articles about rights and freedoms in some web sites like, al-Dimuqratiya, issued by the Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies; Mada Masr, an independent online newspaper; and the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP).