Dr. Hani Anouti
With over 15 years of experience as an Advisor and MA Lecturer, Dr.Hani Anouti brings a wealth of expertise cultivated through his extensive work with the United Nations, international non-governmental organizations (INGOs), and the private sector. His career has been characterized by a commitment to understanding and navigating the intricate dynamics of Middle Eastern politics.
His journey in the professional realm encompasses significant contributions within the United Nations, where he harnessed his skills to drive projects across political analysis, development endeavors, human rights advocacy, and humanitarian initiatives. Through these engagements, he has refined his prowess in program design and management, exemplifying his ability to conceptualize and execute intricate projects that tackle multifaceted challenges.
Additionally, his career has been punctuated by collaborations with well-known international NGOs, allowing him to develop his talents in research, knowledge management, and production consulting. This hands-on experience has empowered him to actively shape strategies that foster positive change and sustainable growth within the Middle East.
In the capacity of a political advisor, he has provided pivotal insights to diverse entities, bridging the chasm between academic theories and real-world political landscapes. This role has bestowed upon him an intimate understanding of the nuances within geopolitical terrains, enabling him to offer well-informed and actionable guidance to stakeholders and decision-makers.
Concurrently, his dedication to academia has remained unwavering, as evidenced by his role as a lecturer in Middle Eastern Politics at esteemed universities in Spain and Lebanon. Through his instruction, he has curated dynamic learning environments that immerse students in the intricacies of the region’s political landscape. He extends his commitment to education at the Master’s level, where he adeptly guides students through comprehensive analyses of Middle Eastern political, cultural, and social dynamics