Fatima A. Ibrahim has spent most of her professional career working with various newspapers and media outlets as a communications and social media specialist, journalist and editor. Her field of interest includes social and political issues concerning the Middle East, the Arabian Peninsula and the Islam. She is currently the Executive Director of the Refugees=Partners project, an independent research-based initiative implemented in coordination with Lebanese and Syrian CSOs that aims to promote an inclusive socio-economic environment by creating a counter-narrative on rights and protection of the Syrian refugees through advocacy, social activism and calls for policy change. She holds a Master’s of Arts in communication studies from Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan.
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Global Crises – Local Responsibilities
Multiple global crises impacting migration and mobility require immediate and coordinated responses on local levels. What are the challenges local authorities face in addressing these crises and which solutions for migrants have already proven sustainable?