Languages: English, Arabic
Areas of Expertise: Israel/Palestine, conflict, human rights, activism
Saleh Hijazi is a Visiting Fellow at ECFR and Policy Member of Al-Shabaka. As a researcher and human rights activist, Saleh previously worked at Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and Al-Quds University Human Rights Clinic. Saleh holds a master's degree in human rights from the University of Essex and a bachelor degree in philosophy from Lawrence University.
Este proyecto traza el amplio abanico de actores políticos a medida que los palestinos se acercan a un período de cambio político.
This interactive web project charts the constellation of political players as Palestinians approach a period of political change. Over 100 pen portraits reveal new insights into the personalities and power structures that will shape the future of Palestinian politics.
Saleh Hijazi & Hugh Lovatt - 7 September, 2017
The EU needs to rein in the Palestinian Authority in the face of its crackdown, lest it undermines its own reputation as a defender of human rights.
Hugh Lovatt & Saleh Hijazi - 20 April, 2017
The post-Abbas period is poised to be a polarising and confrontational period for Palestinian democracy.