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Jasmin is a Canadian-Lebanese researcher, writer, editor, reviewer, instructor and consultant in the areas of Forced Migration, Gender and Conflict Studies.


She is the Refugee Health Program Coordinator at the American University of Beirut's Global Health Institute, as well as a Research Associate on the Political Economy of Health in Conflict under its Conflict Medicine Program. In other roles, she serves as the Institute's Coordinator and Editor of its 'South of Global Health' Blog, and develops coursework and modules for its Humanitarian Leadership Diploma and Conflict Medicine Certificate. Jasmin is a Research Affiliate at the Centre for Refugee Studies at York University (Canada), an Adjunct Professor of Gender and Migration at the Fatima Al-Fihri Open University (Morocco) as well as a Junior Fellow and Program Lead at the 'War, Conflict and Global Migration' Think Tank of the Global Research Network (UK).


Jasmin serves as the MENA Regional Focal Point on Migration of the United Nations General Assembly-mandated UN Major Group for Children and Youth (USA), and as a Senior Consultant on Refugee and Gender Studies at Cambridge Consulting Services (UK).


She is a Founding Member of the 'Migration and International Law in Africa, Middle East and Turkey International Network', dedicated to the research of Migration through the Global South (2018 to present), and has served as a Reviewer to the Journal of Internal Displacement (Canada), a Reviewer and Copy-Editor to the journal 'Refugee Review' (Canada), and as an Editorial Board Member of the Journal of Applied Professional Studies at Marywood University (USA) since 2020.


She is completing a PhD in International Relations and Diplomacy with an emphasis on Asylum, Refugees and Security at the esteemed Centre d'Etudes Diplomatiques et Stratégiques of the School of Advanced International and Political Studies (HEIP, INSEEC U.) in France, and is the author of two books and over sixty academic and para-academic publications on intersectional issues across Migration, Gender, Conflict, Human Rights, International Relations and International Law.


Jasmin is also a published poet. Her chapbooks 'She, A Woman.' and 'She Called Me Woman.' are available in hard copy and Kindle formats worldwide.

Jasmin Lilian Diab

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