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Scholarly Work

  • Civic Engagement of Youth in the Middle East and North Africa: An Analysis of Key Drivers and Outcomes, Mercy Corps, 2012. Found here.
  • World Development Report 2012: Gender Equality and Development, World Bank, 2012. Found here.
  •  “Fair Share” in Yemen, Capacity Building for Achieving the Millennium Development Goals, Women without Boarders and Frauen Ohne Grenzen, 2011. Found here.
  • Breaking the Mold: Understanding Gender and Electoral Violence, IFES, Gabrielle Bardall, 2011. Found here.

News Publications

  • “MENA Protests Could Help Advance Women’s Rights,” Lauren Serpe, The Global Post, Washington, 2011.
  • “Yemenis are Open to Improving Status of Women, but Obstacles to Gender Equality Remain,” States News Service, Cairo, 2010.
  •  “New IWPR/IFES Survey Reports on Women’s Political, Economic, and Social Status in Morocco,” Business Wire, Rabat, 2010.
  • “International NGO Releases Survey Findings on Women’s Political Standing in Lebanon,” States News Service, Beirut, 2010.
  • “Young and Unmarried Yemeni Women more likely to Pursue Career and Financial Independence,” Business Wire, Washington, 2010.
  • “Women are More Likely to Vote in Spite of Poor Representation,” Dalila Mahdawi, The Daily Star, Lebanon, 2010.
  • “Yemeni Women Face Education and Employment Challenges,” Nicole Naurath, Yemen Times, Sana’a, 2010.
  • “International NGO Collaborates with Lebanese Groups to Advance Women’s Rights,” Al-Bawaba, Lebanon, 2010.