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Rasha Younes

Prior to joining Human Rights Watch, Rasha was a Thomas J. Watson fellow, where she researched oral tradition as a form of activism in South Africa, Ireland, India, Germany, and the Czech Republic. She has previously worked on women’s rights issues for the Clinton Center for Women’s Empowerment in Morocco, the Women’s Center of Montgomery County, and the Norristown Courthouse in Philadelphia. Rasha was also a Caux Initiatives of Change Scholar in Switzerland, a fellow for the Center of Peace and Global Citizenship in Philadelphia, and a researcher for the Arab Council for Social Sciences in Beirut.…

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