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RWAN Researchers
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Lama Jaghjougha

Lama has accumulated more than 6 years of experience in public relations and communications in the Middle East and in Europe. She has worked for many different companies and nonprofit organizations and has developed a specialization in the field of migration. She is the founder of Raise Women’s Awareness Network (RWAN). She holds a master's degree in European Public Affairs and communications at IHECS, and a master's degree in International Migration with a specialization in International Development at the University of Kent. She also has significant project management experience and speaks Arabic, English and French.

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Lia Martina

Lia is a biomedical scientist with a particular interest in reducing the gender gap and social inequalities. She is finalizing her PhD on the fundamental principles of pathogen-host interactions at the protein and post‐translational level, at the faculty of Medicine and Health Science at University of Ghent, Belgium. Currently, she supports the work of the Citizens and the Social Innovation Matrices as a Blue Book Trainee at the Research and Innovation Directorate General of the European Commission. She is the founder and chief executive officer of Belgian Aid Network, a non-profit organization that offers humanitarian aid to refugees in need. 

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Eva Allibone 

Eva is a recent graduate of the University of Kent Brussels School of International Studies where she was awarded a Master’s Degree in International Development with a Specialization in Conflict and Security.  She has spent 3 years working with non-profits and has built international experience in her time working in Thailand.  In her current role as COVID-19 Response and Data Integrity Associate at Neighborhood Housing Associates in Chicago, she works to administer emergency relief and secure affordable housing.  She is also part of the Disaster Action Team with her local Red Cross chapter.

Simona Camillini

Simona is a gender and development specialist with experience in communications and project management at EU level and has recently completed an MSc at London School of Economics and Political Science. After working as a freelance translator for 5 years, Simona joined the European Commission, where she worked for one year. Since 2010, she has also been collaborating with a development NGO operating in the field of education and humanitarian relief in the Global South. Simona’s main research interests are gender and development, conflict, migration and displacement, humanitarian assistance and disaster-management. She is fluent in English, French, German and Italian, has a good knowledge of Spanish and Portuguese and a basic knowledge of Arabic and Dutch.

Alina Yli Juuti

Alina has recently completed her MSc in Health and International Development at the London School of Economics and Political Science as well as an Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences from the University of Ottawa, Canada. She has experience in both communications and policy and maintains a strong interest in advocating for the equality of rights and opportunities available to all women. Alina speaks both French and English.