People

Noura Ghazi

Noura Ghazi a Nonresident Fellow at TIMEP focusing on enforced disappearances and detention across the region. She is a human rights lawyer who has helped over 1,000 detainees and their families in Syria. She is the co-founder and Executive Director...

Nouran Ragrag

Nouran Ragrag is a Masters of International Studies and Diplomacy graduate from SOAS, University of London. Her thesis focused on obstacles to women's participation in politics and the peace and reconciliation process in Libya post-2011, with the case study being on...

Azza Sultan

Azza Sultan is a Sudanese American queer activist, currently serving as the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Regional Program Advisor at OutRight Action International. She came to OutRight in 2020 from Grindr, where she was the associate director of...

Noura Aljizawi

Noura Aljizawi is a researcher at the Citizen Lab at Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto. She focuses her research on the intersection of information and communication technology, human rights, and global security. You can...

Ryan Walsh

Ryan Walsh is a graduate student at the George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs, pursuing a Master of Arts in international affairs with dual concentrations in U.S. foreign policy and Middle Eastern studies. Prior to that, he was a Gubernatorial...

Ahmed Morsy

Ahmed Morsy is the Manager of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) program at the American Political Science Association (APSA), and the co-founder of the Arab Political Science Network (APSN). He received his PhD in international relations from the...

Mohamed Mandour

Mohamed Mandour is TIMEP's Bassem Sabry Democracy Fellow, with his area of focus on Egyptians in the diaspora, the challenges they face, and the opportunities for organizing in exile. He last served as an Atlas Corps Research Fellow at the...

Marie-Christine Ghreichi

Marie-Christine Ghreichi received her Master’s from Sciences Po, Paris specializing in international security with a focus on diplomacy and the Middle East region. After completing her studies in the United States where she supported a transitional justice research collaborative, she...

Emadeddin Badi

Emadeddin Badi is a researcher who specializes in governance, post-conflict stabilization, hybrid security and peace building. He has regularly provided consultancy to international organizations, agencies, and civil society organizations on programming and activities through capacity building, research and strategic planning....

Inès Osman

Inès Osman is a French-Algerian human rights lawyer and the co-founder and director of MENA Rights Group, a legal advocacy NGO which defends and promotes fundamental rights and freedoms in the Middle East and North Africa region. Prior to this,...