Samar Muhareb is the CEO of Arab Renaissance for Democracy and Development – ARDD.
With over 20 years of experience in working for the development and humanitarian sector, Samar is an expert in the field of human rights, refugee affairs, humanitarian response and women’s empowerment in Jordan and the Middle East. In addition she actively supports initiatives focusing on political and social reforms in the Arab region.
Samar holds a B.A. in Law and a master’s degree in Human Rights and Human Development from the University of Jordan.
Founded in 2008 in Amman-Jordan, Arab Renaissance for Democracy and Development (ARDD) is a Civil Society Organization seeking to reinitiate a new Nahda (Arab Renaissance) project to contribute in addressing the challenges faced by the Arab World, building on the achievements and ideas of the Arab Nahda and aiming to open the doors for future participation in formulating concrete actions to achieve the desired change and development.