Ms. Siham Al Jiboury is RSC Fellow and Senior Advisor on Human Rights, with particular focus on Iraq and North Africa. She is also a member of the Global Network Against Women Radicalization, promoted by CMES-Moroccan Center for Strategic Studies and UN Women Maghreb, as well as a Global Goodwill Ambassador. In this capacity, she is engaged in the Child Abuse Prevention Program called My Body is My Body. A former UN official, Ms. Al Jiboury has over twenty-five years of experience in humanitarian and peace-keeping missions, gained while serving with the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO) in Morocco, the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) in Jordan, and the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (UNSTAMIH)A regular speaker and lecturer in conferences and training courses in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, Ms. Al Jiboury was born in Baghdad and is engaged in the promotion of pluralism and peaceful coexistence among the variety of religious and ethnic groups in Iraq.

See also:

“Women in Iraq are Targeted by Extremist Groups, the International Community Must Take Action”

The UN and Conflict Resolution in Western Sahara: What Went Wrong?

Marrakech Security Forum 2018

Parternship for the Middle East-Gulf region signed between RSC and Al Furat Center for Development and Strategic Studies, University of Karbala.


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