Dina Guirguis is Advocacy Director for the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP). Formerly, she was the Keston Family research fellow in The Washington Institute for Near East Policy's Project Fikra. She widely authored and published numerous articles and policy pieces on democratic reform in Egypt, both prior to and after the revolution. She also testified in Congress a number of times on human rights and religious freedom in Egypt, and advised policymakers on relevant legislation and beyond. She has been twice published in the Washington Post, in addition to speaking on numerous panels and appearing in media including CNN, ABC, Al Jazeera English, and BBC Arabic.
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