Aboueldahab, NohaVisiting Fellow
Noha is a PhD candidate at Durham Law School. She is interested in the emergence of individual criminal accountability in the Arab region. Her thesis examines the factors that led to and shaped decisions regarding prosecution of Arab political leaders through a comparative case study of Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Yemen. She is the recipient of the 2014/2015 Modern Law Review Scholarship. Noha holds an MA in International and Comparative Legal Studies from SOAS, University of London and an Honours BA in International Relations and Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Toronto. She also holds a diploma from Sciences Po Paris and post-graduate certificates from the Instituto Superiore Internazionale di Scienze Criminali in Siracusa, Italy. Noha was a participant and docent in the 2013 and 2014 Harvard Law School's Institute for Global Law and Policy workshop in Doha, Qatar. Since 2004, Noha has worked as a researcher for UNDP headquarters in New York, UNDP Lebanon, and UN-ESCWA. Most recently, she managed UNESCO Doha’s education programmes in Yemen and served as Senior Consultant at OHCHR. Noha also served as the Middle East, North Africa, and Europe Outreach Liaison for the NGO Coalition for the International Criminal Court.
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