Reeda Al Sabri Halawi
External PhD candidate
Title research: 'Crimmigration in Lebanon: Why Religion Matters'
Reeda Al Sabri Halawi has a background in Law (LLB), she obtained a Master’s degree in Private Law (M1) from Saint Joseph University in Beirut, and a Master of Science in Crime and Criminal Justice (MSc) from Leiden University. For her MSc’s thesis, Reeda studied the Lebanese framework on Anti-Money Laundering/Combating the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) in the context of a confidential banking system in Lebanon which still adopts Banking Secrecy.
For her PhD entitled ‘Crimmigration in Lebanon: Why Religion Matters’, Reeda is currently researching the phenomenon of Crimmigration in Lebanon by exploring the role of religion with regard to policymaking and the access to justice of migrants in a sectarian state. The research is focused mainly on two categories of immigrants: Palestinian refugees and Syrian displaced persons.
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