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Lorraine Charles Researcher Focusing, Politics, Political Economy, Development, Education and Livelihoods in the Middle East

Lorraine Charles is a researcher focusing on politics, political economy, development, education and livelihoods in the Middle East, with over 12 years’ experience in the region. She has worked on issues related to the Syrian crisis since 2011. She is an associate at Angela M. Solomon Communications and director of social enterprise for Pale Blue Dot Life. Her research currently focuses on sustainable solutions for livelihoods and education for refugees. She is a PhD candidate in Middle East politics at the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies at the University of Exeter.

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