Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني
[Dublin] Seminar: Reforming Laws & State Building in Palestine: The Case of Local Government
You are invited to attend the following Seminar:
‘Reforming Laws & State Building in
Palestine: The Case of Local Government’
Guest Speaker: Ms Abeer Mashni
Wednesday 28th of November. 2012
QG21 (Business School)
Dublin City University
Chair: Ken McDonagh
Issues & Practice in Contemporary International Politics (LG593)
Abeer Mashni is a lecturer at the Faculty of Law & Public Administration at Birzeit University in Palestine. Her teaching/research cover issues related to public sector reform, security sector reform and local governance. She is currently doing a PhD on the role of Local Councils in Building the Institutions of a Future Palestinian State at the School of Public and Fiscal Law at the Sorbonne University in Paris. Prior to joining Birzeit University, Ms Mashni worked in different civil society and international organizations in Palestine. She received her Master of Law in Public Sector Management and Local Councils from the Institute of Political Studies at Lyon II University
DCU School of Law & Government
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