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    Nabila Hamza

    By Eymen Gamha | Jul 6 2011 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

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    Mrs. Nabila Hamza is a Tunisian sociologist and  researcher in political science and social development.She was Head of the Centre for Research and Training on Arab Women (CAWTAR), in addition to having fulfilled numerous consulting missions in the region. She also has a broad experience in project management and program coordination. She has contributed in the UNDP the Human Development Report (1994).She is a founding member in many Tunisian women NGOs and is member of various scientific committees in African and Arab countries. Mrs. Hamza has many publications on social development, poverty, globalization and gender issues.

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