Dubai Abulhoul

Author; CEO

Rhodes Scholar and Fiker Institute

Dubai Abulhoul is an Emirati author, Rhodes Scholar, and founder of Fiker Institute, an interdisciplinary think tank based in Dubai. She has recently published a series of 6 children’s books, aiming to introduce key figures of Emirati folklore to younger generations, and to preserve Emirati folktales, which have only been passed down verbally from one generation to another. Her list of publications also includes academic articles, and a debut novel. 
Dubai Abulhoul was named “Young Arab of the Year” at the first Young Arab Awards for her work in culture, literature, and gender equality. She graduated from the University of Oxford (Diplomacy & Global Governance), and from New York University Abu Dhabi (Political Science & Literature), where her research focused on women’s political participation in the UAE. 


17:30 - 18:30 CET
MED Panels
The Mediterranean Needs YOUth

with: Emmanuel Cohen-Hadria, Edmondo Cirielli, Dubai Abulhoul, Kerri-Ann Jones, Marwa Louati, Reem Al Haddadin, Rachele De Angelis

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