Having always been interested in public policy and international law, I am currently enrolled in a Master’s degree in Public Law at Saint-Joseph University. I also hold a double degree in French and Lebanese law from the same university.
Prior to this internship, I co-founded the discussion group “Let’s talk politics” in Tripoli, highlighting the importance of political debate in the decentralized regions of Lebanon. I am actively engaged in charity work and frequently take part in debates and international conferences focusing on human rights, democracy and international and public policy.
The Youth4Governance program was the perfect opportunity for me to explore these areas of work, as I had the chance to participate in the reform of our public administrations, while gaining new skills and work experience. As an intern at Siren Associates, I have gained knowledge in new matters, such as surveying and data cleaning and analysis.