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Can a Saudi Peace Plan Finally End the War in Yemen and the Suffering of Millions? ICTJ Publications April 1, 2021
COVID-19 Set to Deepen Yemen’s Humanitarian Crisis Medium.com May 18, 2020
Dead at the Root: Systemic Dysfunction and the Failure of Reform in Lebanon ICTJ briefing Dec 18, 2020
Commission for Disappeared needs clarity The Daily Star, Lebanon Sept 19, 2019
Justice Served? The Special Tribunal for Lebanon Renders Its Long-Anticipated Judgment ICTJ coauthor Aug 20, 2020
Nour El Bejjani Noureddine leads the Lebanon and Yemen programs at the International Center for Transitional Justice. She joined the @theICTJ in 2014 and is currently based in Beirut.
The ICTJ works for justice in countries that have endured massive human rights abuses under repression and in conflict. They work with victims, civil society groups, national, and international organizations to ensure redress for victims and to help prevent atrocities from happening again.
Nour previously worked at the United Nations Development Programme on governance issues in the Arab Region as a regional project officer with a focus on elections in the region. With more than 15 years of experience, Nour has worked with civil society organizations, victims’ communities, policymakers, and governmental institutions on various issues with special focus on transitional justice, elections, civil society reform and gender issues.
Nour holds an LL.M. in Public Law from the Faculty of Law at La Sagesse University and an LL.B. from the Faculty of Law and Political Science at the Lebanese University.