NGOs in the Arab World Post-Arab Uprisings: Domestic and International Politics of Funding and Regulation
NGOs in the Arab World Post-Arab Uprising is a collection of field-based research that contributes to the literature on the impact of the Arab Uprisings on civil society throughout the Middle East. It does so by examining the development of non-governmental organizations in Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen, and Palestine.
With Introduction by Noura Erakat.
Majid Al Muthhaji is a Yemeni writer and researcher based in Yemen.
Wahid Farchichi is Professor of Law at the University of Tunis and president of the Tunisian Association for the Defense of Individual Freedoms.
Menna Omar is a staff researcher of international law, particularly humanitarian and human rights law at the Legal Agenda.
Firas Jaber & Iyad Al Riyahi are Palestine-based researchers with Al Marsad, a community initiative aimed at evaluating the intellectual, institutional, and colonialist frameworks that produce poverty, exclusion, and social discrimination through the study of social and economic policies.