Shady Ibrahim

Shady Ibrahim is a research associate in the Center for Islam and Global Affairs (CIGA), and he is a master student in political science and international relations student at Istanbul Sabahattin Zaim University. His thesis, "The Role of Tribal Politics in the Political Geography of the Sinai Peninsula (1967-2019)". He received his Bachelor in Computer Science in 2014. And he has a patent application in the field of artificial intelligence in solving problems in the health sector. 
His case was called "the Marriott Cell," in which some Egyptian and foreign journalists were working on Al-Jazeera network and activists arrested together. After obtaining his freedom in 2015. The impact of political changes in Egypt was evident on his new choices. Ibrahim entered the field of political research and worked in several research centers with projects focusing on understanding the structure, administrative, and legislative os state. Also he is a Co-Founder of the CapitalForum.

Ibrahim is interesting in the civil-military relation and the field of the security sector reform (SSR\SSG) in Egypt, and the Egyptian national security, such as the Nile River and the Sinai conflict file. 

He was one of the founders of the students' union in Egypt after the 2011 revolution, and he succeeded in winning the Student Union presidency for two consecutive periods. His administration of the student union at Ain Shams University.