Capacity Building

Social Justice

The Malcom H. Kerr Carnegie Middle East Center’s citizenship and social justice program includes a series of dialogues that explore the ideological backgrounds of the unfulfilled promise of social justice in Arab countries and consider the challenges and options moving forward after the uprisings of the Arab Spring. The dialogues tackle these issues from a regional perspective and in light of the political transitions affecting countries like Egypt, Yemen, Tunisia, and Syria. The discussions include a look at social justice in times of insecurity and under occupation.

The Carnegie Middle East Center works with regional partners to build the capacity of emerging scholars and institutions in the Middle East and North Africa.


  • The Lebanese Center for Policy Studies (LCPS)
    Beirut, Lebanon
  • Centre d'Etudes Sociale, Economique, et Manageriales (CESEM)
    Rabat, Morocco
  • The Arab Forum for Alternatives (AFA)
    Cairo, Egypt
  • L'Observatoire Tunisien de la Transition Democratique
    Tunis, Tunisia
  • The Sadeq Institute
    Tripoli, Libya
  • Palestine Economic Policy Research Institute (MAS)
    Ramallah, Palestine
  • Partners in Development (PID)
    Cairo, Egypt
  • Gulf Research Center
    Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
  • Iraq Institute for Strategic Studies
    Beirut, Iraq

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