RSC Senior Fellow

Ms. Siham Al Jiboury is RSC Senior Fellow and Advisor. Her main areas of interest and expertise are Iraq and Morocco, with particular focus on security, radicalization, human and women rights, religious and ethnic minorities. As former UN official, she gained over twenty-five years of experience in the fields of peace-keeping and development while serving with the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO) in Morocco, the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) in Jordan, and the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (UNSTAMIH). Based in Vienna, Ms. Al Jiboury was born in Baghdad and is a member of the Global Network against Women Radicalization, promoted by the Moroccan Center for Strategic Studies (CMES), in partnership with UN Women Maghreb, and of Women in International Security-Austria (WIIS). She is also engaged as a Good Will Ambassador for Austria, Iraq, and Morocco in the child abuse prevention program “My Body Is My Body”.

See also:

New Partnership for Peace in Iraq

“Women in Iraq are Targeted by Extremist Groups, the International Community Must Take Action”

The UN and Conflict Resolution in Western Sahara: What Went Wrong?

Parternship for the Middle East-Gulf Region