ExpertiseConflict Resolution and Peace-building
Democracy and Political Participation
Peace Negotiations and Mediation
Refugees, Migration, IDPs
Social Movements & Non-violent Resistance
After COVID: Feminist Policies Save Lives and Uphold Rights DARAJ/Pulitzer Centre June 11, 2020
Lebanon’s misogynistic citizenship law Al Jazeera Mar 8, 2019
There Are 80,000 Stateless People in Lebanon. She Aims to Change That OZY.com Sept 12, 2019
Lina Abou-Habib (@LinaAH1) is a Senior Policy Fellow at the Issam Fares Institute at the American University of Beirut and the Senior Gender Research Consultant with the Euromed Feminist Initiative. Lina is also a strategic Middle East and North Africa Advisor for the Global Fund for Women, an NGO that funds grassroots women-led movements.
Her work focuses on women’s political participation, invisible care work, economic contribution in rural communities and access to markets, faith-based organizations, migrant women and refugees, and women in post-war Lebanon.
Lina has published extensively on the impact of the denial of citizenship rights to women in the Middle East and North Africa.
She holds an M.A. in public health from the American University in Beirut and was formerly a PhD candidate in gender and public policy at AUT in New Zealand.