Regional Research Coordinator, LERRN; Lead Researcher in Jordan, Centre for Lebanese Studies
Oroub El-Abed is a lead researcher in Jordan and co-investigator at the Centre for Lebanese Studies (CLS) on several research projects studying several communities (locals and refugees) with intersectional approaches in the Middle East. Oroub completed her PhD in Political Economy of Development Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS). Her research work has been focused on refugees and vulnerable minorities in the Middle East. She has taught several courses on development, livelihood and forced Migration issues, has consulted for several UN and international NGOs and published articles in the area of development (education and employment) and forced migration in the Middle East. She published a book on Palestinians of Egypt, some work on Palestinian refugees from Gaza living in Jordan. Her book building on thesis studying the Palestinian origin Jordanians in Jordan and their access to economic opportunities is soon to come out and she is currently editing a book studying the limited options for youth citizens and refugees in the Levant.
Oroub is the Regional Research Coordinator for the Evaluation of Refugee-Led Organisations in the Middle East.
Tuesday, July 11, 2023
New Article: Refugee Mobilisation to Support Refugee Rights in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey
We are pleased to announce that the Lead Researchers of the RLO Evaluation: Middle East Project have published an article titled "Refugee...
Tuesday, April 25, 2023
JMHS Special Issue on Protracted Displacement
Patterns of Refugees’ Organization Amid Protracted Displacement: An Understanding From Jordan, Lebanon, and Turkey Oroub El-Abed, Watfa Najdi, and Mustafa Hoshmand from the Centre for Lebanese Studies just published a new...