Researcher, The Mediterranean Region Programme
I joined Platform for Peace and Humanity in 2021. As a peace and security researcher, I joined the Peace and Security Monitor program. I have participated in publishing a number of brief reports and analyzes on a number of topics related to the Middle East and Egypt.
Ahmed holds a Master’s degree in International Law from the University of Ain Shams, Cairo, Egypt. He served in several legal and public entities including UNICEF Egypt, the Egyptian Parliament, the UN Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia and the Human Rights Committee at the Egyptian Bar. Ahmed has founded Law for Peace organization, which aims to make peace by spreading awareness of the role of law and peaceful interfaith dialogue. Ahmed’s areas of interest include the Middle East studies and the rule of law in international affairs.
Egypt In Peace and Security Monitor: Challenges in The Mediterranean region, (November 2021)
Egyptian-Russian Relations and the Russian Influence on Contemporary Middle Eastern Politics In Peace and Security Monitor: Challenges in The Mediterranean region,(January 2022)
Egypt – Security Stability and its Impact on the Emergency Law In Peace and Security Monitor: Challenges in The Mediterranean region,(January 2022)
Egyptian Economic Security Between Wars and Epidemics In Peace and Security Monitor: Challenges in The Mediterranean region (May 2022)
- International Security
- Rule of Law
- War Crimes
- Armed Conflict
- Political Economy
- International Refugee crisis
- Middle East
- Egyptian-Russian Relations
- French (Beginner)