Chiraz Arbi is a development consultant and political science researcher. She focuses on democratization, human rights, and local governance in the MENA region and has worked for several national and international organizations as well as the U.N. She has conducted research in Tunisia and Morocco on decentralization, focusing on participatory governance. She was the project manager on local governance for the Tunisian organization "Al Bawsala." She is also a trainer and has led courses on policy-making and the political participation of young people and women for international organizations and U.N. agencies. Ms. Arbi holds a master's degree in diplomacy and international relations and a master's degree in political science from the World Campus for Human Rights, organized between Lebanon and Morocco.
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