Sherine El Taraboulsi-McCarthy
Sherine was a Projects Manager at the Regional Partnership on Culture and Development, FHI360 where she managed research projects on conflict and gender in Yemen and Jordan. Prior to joining FHI360, she was a Research Manager at the John D. Gerhart Centre for Philanthropy and Civic Engagement at the American University in Cairo where she led multi-country studies on philanthropic practices and youth in North Africa and the Middle East with a focus on Tunisia, Libya and Egypt. She also led the annual Takaful Conference on Arab Philanthropy and Civic Engagement.
Her PhD at the University of Oxford is a socio-historical examination of the role of Libya's indigenous social capital in state formation and erosion in the period between 1911 - 1969.
Sherine's research has received extensive media coverage, including in The Guardian, Public Finance International, The Independant and Open Democracy.
- 7 December 2017, Al Jazeera5 December 2017, World Magazine
- 17 November 2017, Dewereldmorgen9 August 2017, Open Democracy
- 26 April 2017, Devex26 April 2017, The Guardian
- 25 April 2017, The Independent
- 5 May 2016, Public Finance International28 January 2016, The Guardian
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