As a Research Fellow at Humanity United, Dalia works with the Sudan team to manage research, communications, and strategy formulation activities in order to help develop and implement HU’s systems-based Sudan strategy.
Dalia previously worked as a reviewer for the Independent Advisory Group on Country Information, evaluating and reporting on UK Home Office information products, as a consultant for International Detention Coalition, in various capacities for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Egypt and Turkey, as a legal adviser at Africa and Middle East Refugee Assistance, and as a course instructor at King’s College London and at the Center for Migration and Refugee Studies at the American University in Cairo. She is the author of a forthcoming academic book on legal remedies for refugees in Africa.
She holds a doctorate in law from King’s College London, a master’s degree in international human rights law and a graduate diploma in forced migration and refugee studies from the American University in Cairo. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English and linguistics from UC Berkeley.