MENASP Network Database

Social Policy Database

Database of Middle East North Africa Social Policy Expertise

Name
Dr. Laila El Baradei
Biography

Laila El Baradei is a Professor of Public Administration at the Public Policy and Administration Department, School of Global Affairs and Public Policy (GAPP), the American University in Cairo (A.U.C.), Egypt. Her areas of teaching include strategic management, essentials of public policy and administration, organizational behavior, development management, human resource management and research methods for public administration. Currently El Baradei is directing the ‘Public Policy Hub’ at the School of GAPP/AUC which is a project aiming at building the capacity of graduate students and alumni in public policy analysis, research and effective communication. The project follows a demand-based approach, where government organizations get to determine the policy issues to be researched, while the young policy analysts use their creativity in coming up with evidence-based policy alternatives and innovative communication tools.

Qualifications
Doctorate, Cairo University
Current or most recent Employer

Professor

The American University in Cairo
Time in Post - 10

Organisation Type: University

Regional Expertise

Egypt,

Disciplinary or professional background

Government, Policy/political advocacy (including human rights), Other

Contact Info

lbaradei@aucegypt.edu

01000004280

The American University in Cairo AUC Avenue, New Cairo, Cairo, Egypt, 11835
Current Areas of Policy Interest

Poverty or deprivation reduction

Governance (National)

Public Policy

Education policy

Gender equality

Work relates to groups

Youth

Areas of Policy Interest over the last ten years

Areas of Policy Interest researched, programmes designed and/or delivered in the last ten years

Public Policy

Poverty/deprivation reduction

Inequality

Governance (National)

Governance (Local & Decentralization)

Education policy

Gender equality

Engagement

Academic publications

Academic conferences

Social Media

Policy Reports

Policy Briefs

Other
Online short articles like the PA Times Online