“Even though Tunisia has enjoyed the most progressive laws on women’s right in the MENA, the society is still ruled by patriarchal values” Sahar explores the challenges of the Tunisian constitutional reforms.
Sahar Nasrallah is a Program Editor for Women in Security at the NATO Association of Canada. Sahar has completed a Master in History specialized in International Relations from Université St. Joseph. Sahar also completed a Master in Political Science from Queen’s University in 2017. Her Major Research focused on the evolution and survival of religious groups in the Middle East between the emblematic Islamicism and the development of a political pragmatism. Sahar worked in the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Lebanon (2012-2016) on cases related to Sexual and Gender Based Violence, forced child recruitment by armed forces, arbitrary arrest and detention etc. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org. See her Linkedin profile here.