Sarah Sanbar is a researcher in the Middle East and North Africa division investigation human rights abuses in Iraq. She previously worked for the ICRC in the Protection of the Civilian Population unit, focusing on conflict and climate change, open-source investigations, and war crime prevention. Prior to joining ICRC, she worked as a Protection Specialist with the Danish Refugee Council and with Nonviolent Peaceforce in Iraq, where she focused on IDP protection and post-ISIS reconciliation. She has additional experience working with displaced populations in Jordan, Greece, and Palestine. Sarah holds a MA from King’s College London, a MA from SciencesPo Paris, and a BA from Claremont McKenna College.
Iraq: Compensation for ISIS Victims Too Little, Too Late
Reparations Key to Returning Thousands of Displaced Yazidis, Others