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Expert on stateless Kurds of Syria, and authentication of documents related to stateless Kurds (ajanib & maktumeen). Speaks Arabic and Kurdish (Kurmanci dialect).

Independent Researcher
Syria

Expert on Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Qatar and UAE. Award-winning freelance journalist and author, presenter, producer and consultant specialising in the Middle East. Born in Jedda, Saudi Arabia and studied Arabic at Pembroke College, Oxford University.

Author, Journalist and Consultant
Egypt, Libya, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates

Former British diplomat with experience of the Arab world, Greece, Cyprus and former Soviet Union; knowledge of Arabic, Greek and Russian, experience of translating documents. 

Retired Diplomat
Cyprus, Libya, Russia, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen

The expert has prepared hundreds of expert opinions on Pakistani Law matters for English Law firms and is an expert on all Political Groups in Pakistan.

BARRISTER-AT-LAW (N.P)
Pakistan
An experienced academician in law and former Senior Lecturer in Pakistani Law at several Law Colleges in Pakistan since 1996 and an Associate of the Asian Legal Advice Service UK
Pakistan

Journalist and researcher, with more than twenty years experience reporting on human rights, development issues and related humanitarian affairs. Has prepared a number of expert witness reports for the UK, USA and the Netherlands. Extensive base of complementary knowledge in Francophone Africa. 

Journalist and Researcher specialising in Sub-Sahara Africa
Angola, Cameroon, Congo (Republic of), Cote d`Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gambia, Guinea, Liberia, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone

Academic/Development Specialist with specific interest in nationality, ethnicity, governance, religion and risk of persecution.

Senior Fellow University of Manchester (Hon.); Senior Lecturer in International Development University of Manchester IDPM (1981-2003); United Nations (1985/6) (1989/91) Assoc. Professor University of Wisconsin (1980-1981)
Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Myanmar, Rwanda, Somalia, Tanzania, Tunisia