Ibrahim Jalal

Ibrahim Jalal

Ibrahim Jalal (Yemen) – specialies in Conflict Studies through IMSISS programme. He is a contributor to Fair Observer on Yemen and the Gulf and a One Young World Ambassador. Prior to IMSISS degree, Jalal completed a BA with distinction in International Affairs Management (and Law). He has also undertaken a one-year training in Strategy and Diplomacy at the Northern University of Malaysia (UUM) and the Institute of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations-National University of Malaysia (IDFR-UKM) respectively. Ibrahim has previously worked with the Yemen-America Language Institute (YALI), Global Peace Foundation (Malaysia), Nation Building School in education, value-based peacebuilding and youth empowerment, among others. His research pays attention to the UN-led Peace Process on Yemen, Military Coalitions and Counterinsurgency Operations in MENA and Smaller States’ Security Strategies in Asia. Over the past 4 years, Ibrahim received several awards, including from the Government of Yemen, Mahathir Global Peace School (MGPS), United Nations Association Malaysia (UNAM), Cambridge Security Initiative and King’s College London, Australian National University (ANU), Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and One Young World.

 

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