Elham Raweh is a Research Assistant Intern at the Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies. She received her master's degree in Conflict Management and Humanitarian Action, awarded with distinction, from Doha Institute for Graduate Studies. She has more than 10 years of work experience in a wide range of organizations, sectors, and various stakeholders with active voluntary participation. Prior to joining the Center, she worked as consultant and project manager at Saferworld a UK-based INGO. Her work experience revolves around management and coordination, NGOs, civil society, women-led CSOs, consultations and trainings.
Raweh's research interest focus on peacebuilding, development, conflict resolution, and resilience studies. Her MA thesis focused on examining the role of local NGOs in Yemen Peacemaking efforts. Her research on humanitarian localisation, youth engagement, and Yemeni CSOs appeared in number of journals such as International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction and Routledge.
Jun 2022 - International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction
Article Co-author: Localisation of Humanitarian Action in War-torn Countries: The Experience of Local NGOs in Yemen
Jan 2022 - Taylor & Francis Group
Chapter Author: Effective Leadership | Yemeni Local CSOs Book: New Leadership of Civil Society Organisations
Jan 2021 – Routledge
Chapter Author: Youth engagement from uprising to fragile political transition in Yemen Book: Youth Civic Engagement and Local Peacebuilding in the Middle East and North Africa