Noha Aboueldahab

Noha Aboueldahab

Noha Aboueldahab is a Visiting Fellow at the Brookings Doha Centre. She specialises in transitional justice in the Arab region and holds a PhD from Durham Law School (UK). Her forthcoming book (Hart Publishing) examines the prosecution of political leaders in Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Yemen. 

Yemen

Yemen's fate was sealed six years ago

The transitional agreement signed in Riyadh in 2011 guaranteed immunity for those committing crimes in Yemen.

Yemen's fate was sealed six years ago

Middle East

Will Assad ever be tried for his crimes?

Documentation of violations and crimes in Syria is the first step in the pursuit of justice.

Will Assad ever be tried for his crimes?

Politics

Egypt: Justice on death row

On International Justice Day, we should take a moment to mourn the loss of justice in Egypt.

Egypt: Justice on death row

Opinion

No generals in the dock: Impunity soldiering on in Egypt

Two years after a bloody crackdown on protesters, Egyptians wait in vain for security forces to be brought to justice.

No generals in the dock: Impunity soldiering on in Egypt