Nour is a Syrian Refugee Activist, Feminist, Humanitarian Worker, and Inclusion Advisor. During the Syrian war, she provided urgent services for displaced people and worked on long-term peacebuilding. In 2015, she founded a non-profit to support Syrian women, youth, and marginalized queer people through art, creating a space for emotional well-being and development for people from diverse backgrounds. Nour completed her Masters in Violence, Conflict and Development from SOAS University of London and has over 8 years of experience in humanitarian, inclusion, and refugee sectors. She now works as a Senior Engagement and Advocacy Manager for an International network that supports refugee children and their families in countries of crisis. Additionally, she does inclusion advisory and consultancy work for refugee charities, funders, and research bodies to create more equitable and inclusive systems. Nour is a passionate advocate for anti-racism, intersectionality, and mental health. She also brings unique perspectives and insights on parenting and trauma.
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