Lamia Fadla
Researcher in human rights, holds a degree from the Institute of Foreign Languages ​​of the University of Baji Mokhtar in Algeria. She worked for nearly 10 years in the print media in various Arab newspapers in Algeria, the latest of which was the daily Al-Khabar. She has an IPMA Level D project management certificate from VZPM Switzerland. After moving to Geneva, Mrs. Lamia worked in the field of human rights and collaborated with a large number of Swiss human rights organizations. She has also been actively involved in dozens of activities and events at the Human Rights Council. Her work focused on the rights of women and children, refugee rights, and issues related to armed conflict in the Middle East and North Africa region
Taim Josefsson
Communication Manager
Researcher in human rights and a student of the Faculty of Human Sciences specializing in international relations and politics. He has worked as a liaison officer for the Nordic Aid Foundation in Sweden and as a spokesman for relief delegations in refugee camps in the Middle East, and assisted in preparing several human rights research projects for refugees in Scandinavia. Mr. josefsson has presented several interventions and statements in Swedish and international forums, including the European Parliament and the United Nations Human Rights Council
Christina Garcia
Graduate in Communication and Media at the University of Geneva, and holder of a degree in Strategic Intelligence: methodology and main tools of the University of Geneva, and a degree in Advertising and Public Relations, of the University of Valladolid, Segovia in Spain.Mrs. Garcia is specialized in digital technologies and social media management, she worked as a communication assistant for the 2019 World Conference of Science Journalists organized by the Swiss Association of Science Journalism
Gulnoz Saydaminova
Ms Saydaminova is a holder of LL.B in International Law and LL.M from University of Oxfordin In Ms ternational Human Rights Law. LL.B in International Law University of World Economy and Diplomacy MFA School (UZ). She served within the UN rapid response deployment to the Humanitarian Team on legal protection of civilians in the armed conflict in Ukraine. Moreover, she has contributed to human rights protection of ethnic minorities and rehabilitation in the post-conflict Balkans during her seconded assignments in the Missions of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). In addition, Ms Saydaminova worked at the Geneva office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights in Warsaw. Previously, she worked as Senior Human Rights Researcher at several human rights NGO based in Geneva.
Raja Bourezgui
Translator/ Revisor
Ms. Bourezgui is a qualified translator/revisor with strong editorial and research skills who holds two master’s degrees, one of them in Translation from the University of Geneva, the other one in Humanities from the University of Tunis. Deeply dedicated person, she has an overall experience of 9 years working in national and international environments namely within Geneva-based organizations in her chosen areas of translation, editing, research, and language training. She has a keen interest in the MENA region human rights issues as well as a thorough understanding of its historical, cultural and social features.
Nour Hamada
Human rights researcher
Human rights researcher Ms Hamada is a Federal pharmacist and researcher in international health and human rights, she holds a Master of pharmacy diploma from the University of Geneva, During her academic career she focused on areas of assessment of public and health policies, she has participated in a several research project in the field of access to cancer care for Syrian refugees in Lebanon and the access to medicines in Humanitarian crises. she also participated in various training in Human resources in health – University of Geneva, The rights of refugees – Amnesty International, Health in humanitarian crises – London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Ms. Oussai Sihem
Human rights researcher
Ms. Oussai is an activist, translator, and a social media manager based in Tunisia. She studied English Language, Literature and Civilization at the University of Arts and Humanities, Sousse, Tunisia with over 5 years of experience. Professionalism, flexibility, tolerance, critical thinking, cooperation, and altruism are among the skills she has developed throughout that experience. She is a serious, committed, and hard-working person. Passionate about journalism with a keen interest in Middle East affairs, regional politics, conflict resolution, new social media.and the environment. She works to stand up for justice and human rights everywhere.