Darine El Hage

Darine El Hage is a regional program officer in USIP’s Center for Middle East and Africa based in Beirut, Lebanon. El Hage trains, mentors, and advises on organizational development, international human rights, refugee protection, humanitarian law, and NGO capacity-building related themes. Prior to joining USIP, El Hage was working for the Center for Victims of

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Leslie Campbell

Leslie Campbell has 25 years of experience in international development, parliamentary governance and political affairs. He joined NDI in 1994 and has directed the Institute’s programs in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region since 1996. As NDI’s senior associate and regional director, Mr. Campbell has overseen a vast expansion of NDI’s programs in

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Mirette F. Mabrouk

Mirette F. Mabrouk is an MEI senior fellow and director of the Institute’s Egypt Studies program. She was previously deputy director and director for research and programs at the Rafik Hariri for the Middle East at the Atlantic Council. An Egypt analyst who was previously a nonresident fellow at the Project for U.S. Relations with

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Mohamed Ezz is a senior at the University of Alexandria completing a B.A. in sociology. Currently, he is residing in Cairo, where he is researching urban areas and the social impact of urban policies. Previously, he has worked with several nongovernmental organizations and has been part of independent projects in the field of culture and

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Nada Arafat

Nada Arafat is a journalist, political analyst and program coordinator. She currently copyedits for the Delta-based news outlet, The Delta Chronicles, and is deputy program coordinator for Civic Pole, an NGO that provides training for young journalists. Nada Arafat     [catlist conditional_title=”Publications:” id=534+765 orderby=date date=yes numberposts=-1

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