Policy Leader Fellow
School of Transnational Governance
Tamar Gabay is a humanitarian and development professional with over 12 years of experience acquired in country/regional offices and headquarters of International Non-Governmental Organisations and the Red Cross/Red Crescent Movement, collaborating with United Nations agencies, donors and partners. She worked and lived in several countries in Asia, Africa and the Middle East, supporting emergency responses and development programmes. She focuses on bringing quality aspects into programmes while adapting technical solutions to achievable results. She is inspired by working with communities and influencing positive change by implementing inclusive and accountable programmes, ensuring those affected by decisions can meaningfully participate.She holds a MSc in Intenational Public Policy from the University College of London, where she focused on Intenational Human Rights Law, Intenational Law and conflict resolution. Through the Policy Leader Fellowship at the EUI she is working on participatory Monitoring and Evaluation approaches for assessing the impact of humanitarian aid on people's quality of life and wellbeing, and on a community-led advocacy toolkit, aimed at supporting people to engage with decision makers and influence change to increase their resilience and adapt to climate change.