Ramy is an assistant professor of Law and Finance. Prior to establishing the Euro-Med Monitor, Ramy worked as a project and investment coordinator for the World Bank and other internationally funded organizations focused on the emergency projects and financial sector, in addition to serving as a Deputy Director for the Council of European-Palestinian Relations. He holds a PhD in Law and Finance from Manchester Metropolitan University, and two masters degrees in research and finance.
Legal Director\ Refugees’ Advisor
Ihsan is doing a PhD in International Development, and holds an MA in International Humanitarian Law. He has published several articles and research papers in the legal field, and authored a book titled, “Palestine, an Observer and Non-member State in the United Nations: Political and Legal Dimensions.”
ِAroub consults with international agencies and sits on several boards of organizations that focus on human rights issues. She also speaks at universities, conferences and other events on gender equality and the rights of youth and children. For more than 20 years, Soubh has appeared on television programs and written articles that address social issues and youth.
Mahmoud Jawad is a PhD student in Politics & International Studies at Warwick University. He has completed three Master’s degrees, the first in American Studies at Heidelberg University in Germany, the second in International Law and the Settlement of Disputes at the UN University for Peace in Costa Rica, and the third in International Relations at the LSE. Jawad completed his BA degree at Middlebury College in Vermont, USA. Previously, he was an Associate Director for Land and Maritime Boundaries at the London Centre for International Law Practice.
Human Rights initiatives adviser
Charrett holds a PhD in International Politics from Aberystwyth University, Wales. Her research focuses on EU engagement with Palestinian and Egyptian politics. Catherine currently works as an Associate Lecturer in the Department of History and Politics at the University of Chichester, UK. Catherine has worked on human rights activism in several countries and she has conducted research in Palestine and Egypt in recent years.
Social Security Adviser
Ghadeer specializes in the governance of marginalized areas and in public policy. She holds two master's degrees, one in public policy from Trinity University located in the United States, and another degree in Democracy and Human Rights from Birzeit University located in Palestine. She is a lecturer in the public administration department at Birzeit University. Ghadeer seeks to educate and bring awareness to neglected community issues in marginalized areas. She has several publications on this subject such as: "Bedouins in Area C", "The Impact of Chemical Weapons on the Lives of Children in Gaza", "Kafr Aqab is a Village Without Law " and others.
Farah is a journalist living in Germany. She holds an MA in journalism and works in several institutions, including Arabs Today Journal and Raialyoum.