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Nicole Choueiry is a media, human rights and civil society expert with a career spanning over 25 years, including the last nine spent supporting media reforms and democratic processes in Tunisia. During her time as the Middle East and North Africa spokesperson for Amnesty International’s head office in London between 2003 and 2011, she helped advocate an end to human rights violations in the region and the world, at a time of great turmoil (US invasion of Iraq, the ‘war on terror’, ‘Guantanamo Bay’, Israeli-Palestinian ‘Grapes of Wrath’ war and other crises).
Nicole places her work’s impact on real lives at the core, on par with institutional interests and sustainability. Her experience covers developing results-driven strategies, creating advocacy plans, advising on and implementing capacity-building initiatives, conducting research and analysis and working in the context of a transition to democracy. Nicole is currently working as a UNESCO consultant, where she advises and support the implementation of the Tunisia bureau work and strategy.