Mohamed Jeghllaly joined HD as a Mediation Adviser in Libya in 2014. He is a lawyer and a researcher. He worked as an Associate Researcher at the University of Lausanne during the period 2010-2012 and at the Moroccan Centre for Social Sciences since 2008. His research focuses on social and religious movements as well as conflict dynamics in the Middle East and North Africa region. Mohamed speaks fluent Arabic, Amazigh and French. He studied political science at Saint Joseph University in Beirut, and has a Master’s degree in Public Law from the University of Casablanca. He is currently undertaking doctoral research on community dynamics in Lebanon.
The Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue (HD) is a Swiss-based private diplomacy organisation founded on the principles of humanity, impartiality, neutrality and independence. Our mission is to help prevent, mitigate, and resolve armed conflict through dialogue and mediation.
As a Swiss nonprofit Foundation, HD is supervised by a Board, which serves on a voluntary basis. It sets the mission and the general policy of the Foundation and provides overall supervision of the development and implementation of the organisation’s programme and administration, as managed by the Senior Management Team.
HD’s team has grown from a small group of 6 people in 1999 to more than 300 from over 40 different nationalities today, supervised by a 11 member Senior Management Team. The organisation is made up of individuals driven by meaningful objectives who are dedicated to making a difference through peace and mediation efforts.