ARMA, The Arab Master’s Programme in Democracy and Human Rights
Second Round Deadline:
26 May 2020
First Round Deadline:
16 March 2020
Lecturers and Staff
Karim Bitar is the acting director of the Institute of Politcal Science at Saint Joseph University. He is the research director at the French think tank IRIS (Institut de Relations Internationales et Stratégiques), and Managing editor of ENA Hors Les Murs, the monthly publication of the French National School for Administration (ENA) alumni.
He graduated from the ENA and IEP Paris, and has also studied at Harvard and McGill. He is an associate Fellow at the Geneva Center for Security Policy in Switzerland and associate researcher at Medea Institute in Brussels.
Jihad Nammour is ARMA Academic Coordinator. He is lecturer at the Institute of Political Sciences. Legal theory and Political sociology are his areas of study.
Jihad holds a DEA in Law and Political Science from Saint Joseph University.
His latest research focuses on forced migration. He develops educational programmes within several Lebanese NGOs, including Sakker el Dekkene and Peace Initiatives.
Youssef Khachab is ARMA Project Coordinator. He holds an MBA from the Lebanese American University.
Youssef worked with various civil society organizations and participated in elections’ observation missions in Lebanon and Jordan.
Our international academic staff brings together professors, experts and practitioners coming from over 10 countries and sharing with students their knowledge, professional experience and expertise.
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