Dalya Al Alawi joined IPI in January 2018, where she is responsible for managing programs, concept notes and internships, monitoring budgets, providing support in research, and drafting the...
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Dalya Al Alawi joined IPI in January 2018, where she is responsible for managing programs, concept notes and internships, monitoring budgets, providing support in research, and drafting the Director of IPI MENA’s speeches. She also manages IPI MENA’s social media.
Dalya graduated in December 2017 with a Master’s of Arts in International Relations from the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, where she primarily studied terrorism and contemporary conflict, globalization and governance, and the theory and ethics of political violence. Her thesis focused on the gendered impact of nationality and citizenship laws on statelessness and its political implications in the GCC. She also earned her Bachelor’s of Art in International Relations with German from the University of Birmingham, during which she spent a year studying at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU), Munich, Germany.
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