Haid Haid is a Syrian columnist and researcher who focuses on security policies, conflict resolution, Kurdish and Islamist movements.
Prior to that, he was a programme manager on Syria and Iraq at the Heinrich Böll Stiftung-Middle East Office in Beirut.
He also worked as a senior community services-protection assistant at UNHCR- Damascus office.
He has a BA in Sociology, a post graduate diploma in counseling, an MA in social development and has just completed another MA in conflict resolution at King's College.
- Conflict resolution
- Security policies
- Islamist movements
- Syrian Kurds
|2016-17||Associate Fellow, Middle East and North Africa Programme, Chatham House|
|2012-15||Program Manager, Heinrich Böll Stiftung - Beirut Office|
|2007-12||Team Leader, UNHCR - Damascus Office|
|2003-06||Research Assistant, Research and Strategic Studies Centre - Aleppo|
- Post-ISIS Governance in Jarablus: A Turkish-led Strategy Research paper
- Local Community Resistance to Extremist Groups in Syria: Lessons from Atarib Research paper
- Western Policy Towards Syria: Applying Lessons Learned Research paper
- Lebanon’s refugee fatigue The World Today
- Al-Qaeda Shifts Back to Suicide in Syria 07 March 2017
- Syrian Rebels Are Pushing Back Against Their Patrons 22 February 2017
- Pro-regime Militias Are Now the Biggest Obstacle to Ending the Syrian Conflict 24 January 2017
- Keeping Syrian Refugees Out Has Not Made Turkey Secure 10 November 2016
- Why are rebel attacks against ISIS not successful? Now, May 2016
- What’s next for Jabhat al-Nusra if they sever ties with Al-Qaeda? Now, July 2016
- Internally displaced Syrians facing new challenges Now, June 2016
- The Syrian President is Being Made in Lebanon? Rumours and the Syrian Presidential Election in Lebanon in Perspectives, Issue 7, November 2014, pp. 9-13
- Female Syrian Refugees - Violating Rights in the Name of Protecting Women in Perspectives, Issue 6, December 2013, pp. 52-57