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About Elsa Saade

Elsa Saade (Lebanon) is a social and political activist working in the fields of campaigning, humanitarian assistance, advocacy, digital rights and capacity building. She is the current Human Rights Officer at Gulf Center for Human Rights (GCHR) whereby she coordinates digital rights, capacity building and advocacy campaigns in addition to projects, building up an array of experience in the field of human rights on a national, regional as well as international level. 

Articles by Elsa Saade

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Sunny Hundal is openDemocracy’s social media editor.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

The fight for human rights continues across the Middle East

As governments have become more  powerful, helped by Western companies and governments, civil society is finding it harder to keep up. New ideas are needed to restore civic space, explains Elsa Saade.

Truth is the legacy we want

An op-ed from six youth activists in countries where official truth seeking initiatives are underway or being demanded reveals commonalities in the search for dignity, truth and acknowledgment of crimes. 

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