- Active citizenship
- Civic engagement
- Belonging & identity
Noor Jdid is a doctoral researcher on the project 'Active Citizenship in Religiously and Culturally Diverse Societies (ACT)'. Her geographical focus is on Norway and Denmark and she will be exploring values and motivations behind civic acts, the impact of geographical locations on civic engagement and contestations on what it means to be an active citizen.
Noor holds a Master of Arts in Peace, Development, Security and International Conflict Transformation, from the University of Innsbruck, Austria. In her master thesis she explores empirically how second generation female migrants in Norway negotiate their identities and give new form and content to belonging beyond the nation-state and family contexts.
Arabic, Norwegian, English, French
From October 2014: Doctoral Researcher, Active Citizenship in Culturally and Religiously Diverse Socities (ACT), PRIO & Center for Women's and Gender Research (SKOK)
2012-2014: Organisational Consultant, Changemaker
2009: Intern, Royal Norwegian Embassy, Brussels
2008-2009: Project Assistant, Norwegian Refugee Council
2013 - 2015: Member of Official Government Committee (Djupedalutvalget) for the Ministry of Education
2013 - 2017: Member of the Board of Minotenk, Minority Politics Think Tank
2012 - 2013: Member of the Advisory Council of SEEMA AS.
2009-2012: MA Peace, Development, Security and International Conflict Transformation, University of Innsbruck
2008: Peace and Conflict Studies, Kulturstudier, Pondicherry
2004-2007: BA European Studies, University of Science and Technology (NTNU) & Sciences Po Lille (IEP Lille)