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What Decentralization Model for Future Syria?
Paris, 28 January -- 25 researchers, academics and civil society activists met to discuss the cases of decentralization in Iraq, Morocco, and Tunisia to inform discussions on a model for decentralized governance in Syria. Read More
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Emerging Alternative Patterns for Mobilization in Post-2013 Egypt

This project is the follow-up to a previous multi-phase research project conducted by ARI from 2014 to 2016 entitled “From Social Mobilization to Political Organization”, which documented a wide array of civil initiatives that dominated the Eg

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Engaged Algerian Youth: Living in Diaspora, New Approaches to Political Action?
Social entrepreneurship and associative work as new forms of political action provide the potential for Algerian engaged youth to play a future political role in Algerian politics and an eventual transition process in Algeria. Read More
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New Political Pressure Groups and the May 2018 Elections: Lessons Learned for Future Engagement
Lessons learned from the Lebanese youth engagement in the last election better equip them for future participation in the country's election and the formal political sphere. Read More
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Decentralization and Local Councils in Post-Conflict Syria: What Role Can Youth Play?
Can youth engagement in local councils during the war be sustained if a process of decentralization of governance takes place in Syria after the conflict and what is its potential politically? Read More
https://archives.arab-reform.net/en/node/1423
Gulf Countries as a Destination for Syrian Financial Capital: The Case of the United Arab Emirates
Syrians in the UAE work in various economic sectors. They organized in response to political change in Syria before and after 2011 and were affected by it, impacting their views on reconstruction in Syria. Read More

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