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Elayah, Moosa

Assistant Professor, Doha Institute for Graduate Studies


Dr. Moosa Elayah is an Assistant Professor in International Development and Peacebuilding, Doha Institute for Graduate Studies (Qatar). He holds a Ph.D. from the School of Governance and International Affairs, University of Leiden (the Netherlands). He was an Assistant Professor at Radboud University Nijmegen, (RU), The Netherlands. He has conducted research and policy documents investigating the potential peacebuilding in conflicting and poor nations. Managed three research projects: • Pathway for Peace, Stability, and Legitimate State building in Libya and Yemen (2018) • Civil Society Organizations CSOs in a Twilight Zone: The Case of Yemen and Syria (2018) • The 2013 National Dialogue Conference (NDC) in Yemen: Why did it fail to prevent conflict (2015-2017) He has published several specialized studies and researches in the field of international development, peacebuilding, NGO management and state-building in post-conflicts. Giving Lectures on various topics related to peacebuilding, NGOs, management, gender, and governance in conflict countries, as well as supervision of student theses.

DISCIPLINE
International Relations/Affairs
SUB AREAS
Gulf Studies   
Middle East/Near East Studies   
Democratization   
Development   
State Formation   
Conflict Resolution   
Peace Studies   
AREAS OF INTEREST
All Middle East   
Yemen   
Egypt   
Syria   
Arabian Peninsula   
SPECIALTIES
Middle East studies and Yemen   
Foreign Aid and Gender   
Youth, CSOs, Peace Building, and Conflict Resoluti   
LANGUAGES
English (Fluent)   
Arabic (Native)   
Dutch (Advanced)   
German (Intermediate)   
EDUCATION
PhD2013Faculty of Governance and Global AffairsUniversity of Leiden, The Netherlands
MA2008Institute of Public AdministrationUniversity of Leiden, The Netherlands
BA2000Department of Political SciencesUniversity of Sana'a, Yemen
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Moosa Elayah






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Phone:+31-650-250129
Phone:+31-650250129
elayahmaa@gmail.com

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