Mohammed Farahat : Focal Point for Egypt, African ICT Foundation
Mohamed Farahat is an Egyptian based legal practitioner, trainer, and political researcher.
Farahat works with HUMENA for human rights and civic engagement as a legal analyst, as a Legal Consultant with International Organization for Migration (IOM-Egypt), Legal Expert with Center for Migration and Refugees Studies (CMRS_-American University in Cairo (AUC) and Research fellow with International ICT Policy for East and Southern Africa (CIPESA).
Mr. Farahat is a member of the steering committee of Internet Rights and Principles Coalition (IRPC) and selected as a Management Advisory Group (MAG) member at North Africa Internet Governance (NAIGF).
Before joining EFRR, he worked for Africa and Middle East Refugee Assistance (AMERA-Egypt) as access to Justice team leader, he worked for International Commission for Jurists (ICJ) as a legal researcher.
He holds a degree in Law from Cairo University, a post-graduate diploma in Human Rights and civil society, a postgraduate diploma in International Negotiation, a postgraduate diploma in
African Studies, and a postgraduate diploma in International law.
Currently, Mr. Farahat is a Master’s degree researcher in the Faculty of High African Studies-Cairo University.
Farahat will be speaking on the ethical and legal issues of artificial intelligence on modern Journalism