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    Nadine El-Nabli

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    Nadine El-Nabli joined the Women’s Refugee Commission as the Liv Ullmann Fellow in March 2017, where she supports the WRC’s project on GBV in urban areas.

    Prior to joining the WRC, Nadine El-Nabli interned with Human Rights Watch’s Legal and Policy office, and Women’s Rights Division in London. Her work for the Legal and Policy office primarily focused on researching international human rights, humanitarian and criminal laws, and summarizing and assessing existing and draft laws in the MENA region. With the Women’s Rights Division, Nadine assisted mainly in researching laws and practices of domestic violence and migrant workers’ rights in the MENA region. Nadine also worked with the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies where she supported their advocacy efforts by carrying out secondary research into the state of freedom of association and freedom of assembly in North Africa. In addition to her work experience, Nadine has volunteer experience providing interpreting services to refugees and asylum seekers, and as a sexual health helpline advisor.

    Nadine has an M.A. in Gender and Sexuality from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. She also holds a B.A. in Integrated Social Sciences from Jacobs University Bremen, Germany. She has lived in Egypt, Germany and the United Kingdom, and speaks Arabic and German.