Ayham Saif Eddin
Ayham joined the European Institute of Peace in September 2020 as an intern with the European Policy Support team. Ayham is a former relief worker who operated in response to the armed conflict in Syria between 2011 and 2015. As a humanitarian professional, he performed different roles with Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) including as a field coordinator for urgent humanitarian responses, a field officer for the humanitarian aid distribution office, and as a first-aid medic. He is also engaged in the field of migration and integration policies with different initiatives and NGOs including a working experience with the UNHCR’s Regional Representation to the EU. Ayham holds two master’s degrees in Political Science (Université Libre de Bruxelles) and in EU External Relations (KU Leuven). Ayham is the co-founder of the G-100 project which aims to strengthen the representation and participation of refugees and other minorities in national and EU decision making processes.