Ayman Zohry, PhD.
Expert on Population and Migration Studies


Curriculum Vitae


PERSONAL DATA:

Postal Address

PO. Box 30

El-Malek El-Saleh (11559)

Cairo – Egypt

Residence

 

42 Al-Haram St.
Giza (12131)

Egypt 

Telephone

+2012-0121-2225

e-mail

azohry at zohry.com

Web Page

http://www.zohry.com

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EDUCATION: 


FELLOWSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS, GRANTS, & AWARD: 

  • Listed in "Who's Who in the World, 2014," Marquis, Wilmette, Illinois.

  • Listed in "Who's Who in the World, 2006," Marquis, Wilmette, Illinois.
  • Fellow, Academic Session 425, Salzburg Seminar: Challenges of European Integration and Expansion. Salzburg, Austria, Jun 29 - Jul 4, 2005.
  • Demographic Advisor, Arab Healthy Water Association (AHWA), 2003-Present.
  • Seed Grant, Faculty of Health Sciences, American University of Beirut (AUB), 2003-2004.
  • Fellow, Academic Session 409, Salzburg Seminar: Migration, Race, and Ethnicity in Europe, Salzburg, Austria, Jun 17 - Jun 24, 2003.
  • University of Sussex Alumni Consul in Egypt, 2002-Present.
  • Middle East Awards in the Social Sciences (MEAwards), Awardee, 2000-2001.
  • Research FellowSussex Center for Migration Research (SCMR), University of Sussex, 1999-2002.

LANGUAGES:

Arabic (Mother Tongue)

English, Very Good (Working Language)

French, Fair


RESEARCH INTERESTS AND FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION:

  • Population and Migration Studies
  • Internal and International Migration
  • Forced Migration, Refugees, and Minorities
  • Migration Policies
  • Population Policies
  • Labor Force and Labor Migration
  • Migration and Development
  • Egyptian & Arab Demography
  • Social & Cultural Geography
  • Technology, Communications and the Society
  •  Data Science

CONFERENCES, SEMINARS, AND WORKSHOPS: (Partial List)

  • Stakeholders Consultative Workshop, Youth Economic Vulnerability, Inequalities, Exclusion and Violence in Africa, The International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and The African Migration, Development and Policy Centre (AMADPOC), Nairobi, 1-3 March 2017.
  • Rome 2016 MED – Mediterranean Dialogues, Beyond Turmoil: A positive Agenda, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISI), 1-3 December 2016, Rome, Italy
  • The Aspen European Strategy Group Meeting: In search of security for European citizens: the rationale for a redesigned EU, Aspen Initiative for Europe, The Aspen Institute, 1-3 December 2016, Rome, Italy
  • The Seventeenth Meeting of the Heads of the National Population Councils and Committees in the Arab Region, League of Arab States, UNFPA, and ESCWA, 8-9 November 2016, Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt
  • Independent Experts Meeting: Free Movement of People in Africa, The African Union Commission and GIZ, 27–29 July 2016, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Seminar on the Launch of the results of the Egypt Household International Migration Survey 2013, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), Cairo, 18 January 2016.
  • Seminar on International Migrants Day: Role of Migration for Sustainable Development, International Organization for Migration (IOM) and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cairo, 17 December 2015.
  • Workshop on The Use of Statistical Indicators in Public Policy, Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria, 15-16 December 2015. 
  • Workshop on Remittances and Development in the Arab Region, United Nations Economic and Social Commission (UNESCWA) and Central Bank of Jordan, Amman, 1 December 2015.
  • The Ninth Egyptians Abroad Conference, Ministry of Manpower and Migration, Luxor, 17 August 2015. 
  • Workshop on Remittances and Development in the Arab Region, United Nations Economic and Social Commission (UNESCWA), Beirut, 27-28 July 2015.
  • Roundtable on Migration, Floriana, The European Commission - League of Arab States Liaison Office (ECLASLO), Malta, 1 July 2015.
  • Workshop on Remittances and Development in the Arab Region, United Nations Economic and Social Commission (UNESCWA) and Ministry for the Moroccan Community Residing Abroad, Rabat, 19-20 May 2015.
  • Workshop on Remittances and Development in the Arab Region, United Nations Economic and Social Commission (UNESCWA) and Ministry for Social Affairs, Tunis, 21-22 April 2015.
  • Expert Group Meeting to Review the Draft 2015 Situation Report on International Migration: Migration, Displacement and Development in a Changing Arab Region, Working Group on International Migration in the Arab Region, United Nations Economic and Social Commission (UNESCWA), Beirut, 5-6 March 2015
  • Workshop on Remittances and Development in the Arab Region, United Nations Economic and Social Commission (UNESCWA) and Secretariat of Sudanese Working Abroad, Khartoum, 24-25 February 2015.
  • Workshop on Population and Human Mobility in the Arab Region, The Future Center for Strategic Studies, Abu Dhabi, 22 January 2015.
  • New Trends in Population Studies with Application to the Arab Gulf Region, The Future Center for Strategic Studies, Officers of Armed Forces Club, Abu Dhabi, 21 January 2015.
  • Workshop on Remittances and Development in the Arab Region, United Nations Economic and Social Commission (UNESCWA) and Banking Training Institute – Central Bank of Egypt, Cairo, 2-3 December 2014.
  • Regional Consultation Meeting on the International Conference on Population and Development after 2014 and the Post-2015 Development Agenda, United Nations Economic and Social Commission (UNESCWA) and the League for Arab States, Beirut 26-27 November 2014.
  • Symposium on Developments in the Maghreb Irregular Migration to Europe in the Framework of Regional Shifts, Tunis Center, League of Arab States, 6-7 November 2014.
  • International Seminar on Impact of Changing Population Dynamics on the Arab Family, Doha International Family Institute (DIFI), Doha, 2-3 December 2013.
  • Expert Group Meeting on New Sources of Development Finance in the Arab Region, ESCWA and Jordan Chamber of Industry, Amman, 6-7 October 2013.
  • Expert Group Meeting on International Migration Statistics in the Arab Countries, ESCWA, Beirut, 23-24 September 2013.
  • Regional Conference on Population and Development in the Arab States: Development Challenges and Population Dynamics in a Changing Arab World, Cairo, 24-26 June 2013.
  • Conference on Diasporas, Development and Governance in the Global South, Balsillie School of International Affairs (BSIA), Center for International Governance Innovations (CIGI), Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, 27-28 May, 2013.
  • International Seminar on International Migration in the Middle East and North Africa after the Arab Uprising: A Long Term Perspective, Cairo, Egypt, 22-23 April 2013 (Organizer)
  • Conference on Migration, Urbanization and Food Security in Cities of the Global South, African Food Security Urban Network (AFSUN), Cape Town - South Africa, 25-26 November, 2012.
  • Symposium on Family, Migration and Dignity, Doha International Institute for Family Studies and Development (DIIFSD), Qatar Foundation, Doha - Qatar, 27-29 March, 2012.
  • Expert Group Meeting on “Analysis of Gender Equality Gaps in 12 Arab Countries,” UN-ESCWA and UN-WOMEN, Amman - Jordan, 3 November, 2011.
  • Mediterranean Strategy Group Meeting, The German Marshall Fund of the United States, Barcelona, 19-21 October 2011.
  • Seminar on "The Impact of Arab Revolutions on Egyptian Labor," Dialogue Forum, Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria 15 October 2011.
  • GFMD Meeting on the Contribution of Migrants Associations to Development, Global Forum on Migration and Development, Morocco 20-22 September 2011.
  • International Forum on "Education and Research Without Borders," UNESCO Chair "Population, Migration and Development," Sapienza University of Rome, Rome 12-13 May 2011.
  • Workshop on "Migration in the Arab Region: Determinants and Consequences," Economic Research Forum (ERF), Istanbul 16-17 April 2011. 
  • Expert Group Meeting on "Methodologies to Analyze 2010 Population, Housing, and Establishments Census Data," Qatar Statistical Authority, Doha 30-31 March 2011. 
  • First Arab Expatriates Conference: A Bridge for Communication, League of Arab States, Cairo 4-6 December 2010. 
  • International Conference on" Egyptians abroad: problems, solutions and rights of migrants," National Council for Human Rights (Egypt), Cairo, 3 November 2010 (Invited Speaker).
  • World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies (WOCMES), European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed.), Barcelona, 19-24 July 2010.
  • Gulf Research Meeting 2010, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, 7-10 July 2010.
  • Permanent Forum of Arab-African Dialogue on Democracy and Human Rights: Migrations in the Arab-African World, United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the [Egyptian] National Council for Human Rights (NCHR), Cairo, 7-9 December 2009.
  • The First Arab Youth Employment Conference, Arab Labor Organization (ALO), Algiers, 15-17 November 2009.
  • International Colloquium on "the Impact of Crises on Migration," Ministry of Moroccans Abroad and the International Organization for Migration (IOM), Rabat, 12-13 October 2009. 
  • The 26th Population Conference, The International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), Marrakech, 27 Sep. - 2 Oct. 2009
  • Expert Group Meeting on Reinforcing Social Equity: Integrating Youth in the Development ProcessUN-ESCWA and Family Development Foundation , Abu Dhabi, 29-31 March 2009. 
  • International Conference on India-EU Partnerships in Labour Mobility, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs, Delhi, 21-23 February 2009. 
  • Migration for Development Knowledge Fair, The United Nations and the European Commission, Brussels, 1-4 December 2008. 
  • Venice Forum 2008: Migration from a National, European and Global Perspective, Giorgio Cini Foundation, Island of San Giorgio Maggiore - Venice, 12-13 June 2008. (Invited Speaker).
  • Migration Task Force Meeting, Initiative for Policy Dialogue (IPD), based at Columbia University, New York, 11-12 April 2008.
  • Workshop on Perspectives of the Neighborhood Countries on Migration: Economic, Cultural, and Political Dimensions,” European Union (EU) 6th Framework Programme (FP6) Project “Global Migration from the Eastern Mediterranean and Eurasia: Security and Human Rights Challenges to Europe,” Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara, 18-19 January 2008.
  • Project Group Meeting on "Migration as a Potential and Risk - Europe and the MENA Region," Osnabruck University and Robert Bosch Foundation, Berlin, Germany, 16-17 December 2007.
  • Expert Group Meeting on "Integrating Population Variables into Development Planning in the Arab Region," The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia, Amman, Jordan, 3-4 April 2007.
  • Workshop on "Global Migration and European Union's Policy Interventions," The Nijmegen Centre for Border Research, University of Nijmegen, Nijmegen, Netherlands 20-21 October 2006.
  • The 11th International Metropolis Conference, Paths & Crossroads: Moving People, Moving Places, Lisboan, Portugal 2-6 October 2006.
  • Seminar on "Gendering Migration in the Middle East: Migrants’ Presence and Absence," with Annelies Moors, University of Amsterdam, Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS), 4 May 2006
  • The 25th IUSSP International Population Conference, The International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), Tours, France 18-23 July 2005.
  • International conference on “The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership: Ten years after Barcelona,” L’Institut de recherche pour le développment (IRD) and Cairo University, Cairo 19-20 April 2005
  • National Conference on Population and Development, National Agency for Information and Documentation, Center for Economic Research, and The Academy for Graduate Studies, Tripoli,  21-22 November, 2004.
  • Fourth African Population Conference: Population and Poverty in Africa, Union for African Population Studies (UAPA), Tunis,  8-12 December, 2003.
  • Research on Refugees in Urban Settings: Methods and Ethics, Forced Migration and Refugee Studies (FMRS), The American University in Cairo (AUC), 11-13 April 2003.
  • Arab Population Experts Meeting - Population, Poverty, Reproductive Heath, and Technology, Population Policies Division, League of Arab States, Cairo 22-24 December 2002. 
  • The 32nd Annual Conference on Population and Development in the Developing World, Cairo Demographic Center, 17-22 December 2002.
  • The Euro-African Dialogue: Security Co-operation in Europe & North Africa, The United Kingdom's Royal United Service Institute for Defense Studies (RUSI), 30-31 October 2002, Tripoli, Libya. 


WORK EXPERIENCE:

A. Full-time Work:

  • Adjunct Professor, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, Psychology and Egyptology, American University in Cairo (AUC), Cairo, Egypt, (September 2015 - Current)
  • Technical Advisor (Social Research), Center for Development Studies, Library of Alexandria (Bibliotheca Alexandrina), Egypt, (August 2013 - Current).
  • Adjunct Professor, Center for Migration and Refugee Studies (CMRS), American University in Cairo (AUC), Cairo, Egypt, (January 2012 - Current)  
  • Senior Lecturer, Cairo Demographic Center (CDC), Cairo, Egypt, (January 2012 - Current)
  • Course Manager, International Center for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD), Brussels, Belgium, (March 2010 - July 2010) 
  • First Population Affairs Officer, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (UN-ESCWA), Beirut, Lebanon, (July 2009 - January 2010)  
  • Technical Advisor, Department of Population Policies, Expatriates, and Migration, League of Arab States (LAS), (Nov. 2008 – Current).
  • Founding President and President, The Egyptian Society for Migration Studies (EGYMIG), (January 2008 – Current)
  • Visiting Researcher, Department of Globalization and Governance, Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS), Copenhagen, Denmark, (April 2006 – July 2006)
  •  Research Affiliate, Center for Migration and Refugee Studies (Forced Migration and Refugee Studies Program) in cooperation with Migration Development Research Center, University of Sussex -  November 2004 – March 2006.
  • Visiting Assistant Professor (Demography), Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS), The American University of Beirut (AUB), (September 2003 –  September 2004) 
  • Director of Monitoring and Evaluation Division, The Academy for Educational Development (AED), Integrated English Language Program II, (December 1999 – March 2001)
  • Managing the work of three units (Research & Evaluation, Information Systems, and Testing) with 17 professional national and international staff members. (AED, IELP-II, 6 Mostafa El-Sherei St., Off Nawal St., Dokki (12311), Cairo, Egypt).
  • Research and Evaluation ManagerThe Academy for Educational Development (AED), Integrated English language Program II, (May 1998 – December 1999)
  • Design large-scale, statistically valid surveys, Select appropriate methodologies for various surveys and polls,  Craft survey instruments for data entry, and perform basic statistical analysis and cross-tabulations with appropriate software to evaluate and monitor training and program evaluation. Develop qualitative data collection instruments and analysis. (AED, IELP-II, 6 Mostafa El-Sherei St., Off Nawal St., Dokki (12311), Cairo, Egypt).
  •  Data Analyst, US Naval Medical Research Unit # 3 (NAMRU-3), (March 1997 - May 1998)
  • Production of statistical reports including quarterly and annual (incidence rates, operations data) and special (demographic, census, hygiene, nutrition, etc. ) reports from ongoing longitudinal, cross-sectional and case-control studies of enteric disease projects using tables and graphical presentation of data. Other duties include data entry, data cleaning, retrieval, and storage. (NAMRU3, Abbassia (11517), CairoEgypt).
  • Assistant Program Manager, "Support to NGOs Towards the Implementation of the ICPD Program of Action Project", The National NGO Commission for Population And Development (NCPD) and UNFPA (October 1996 - February 1997).
  • To assist the Program Manager in providing technical support in the implementation of the project, assist in the development of the project plans, assist in analyzing, reviewing and monitoring of project activities, and assist in the preparation of documentation, reports, and studies related to the project activities. (NCPD, POBox 1239 Maadi, CairoEgypt).
  • Lecturer Assistant , United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Cairo Demographic Center (CDC), (October 1994 - October 1996).
    Teaching "Population and Development Projection methods" and "Advanced Quantitative Methods for the Analysis of Population and Development Data" to the trainees of the International Program for Training in Population and Development that implemented by Cairo Demographic Center and United Nations Population Fund. (Cairo Demographic Center, Mokattam (11571), CairoEgypt).
  • Lecturer Assistant and Trainer (Computer and Demographic Analysis and Applications) , Cairo Demographic Center (CDC), (December 1993 - October 1996).
    Teaching demographic analysis and demographic applications with PCs to the trainees of the General Diploma in Demography, Special Diploma in Population and Development, and special training courses, in addition to participating in ongoing research activities. Suggesting the proper ways of data analysis with statistical and demographic software packages for the MPhil. Trainees and teaching staff. (Cairo Demographic Center, Mokattam (11571), Cairo, Egypt).
  • Demographer, Egypt National Population Council (April 1987 - January 1993).
    Reviewing, monitoring and evaluating population activities at the national and regional level. Analyzing vital statistics and contraceptive methods statistics. Preparing monthly and annual reports of population and family planning activities. (Egypt National Population Council, POBox 1036CairoEgypt).

B. Consulting & Short-term Assignments: (Partial List) 

  • Consultant, Development of Egypt National Action Plan, Enhancing the governance of labour migration and the protection of migrant workers’ rights in Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt and Libya” (IRAM) project, ILO and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), March 2014 – September 2016. – Current.
  • Member of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission (UNESCWA) Committee on Remittances and Development in the Arab Region, July 2015 – Current.
  • Member of the Scientific Research Committee, Egypt National Population Council, January 2015 - Current.
  • Co-trainer (with Mohammed Khachani), Training Workshop on International Migration and Development, League of Arab States (LAS), International Organization for Migration (IOM), and United Nations Economic and Social Commission (UNESCWA), Cairo 15-18 September 2014.
  • Member of the National Committee for drafting the New Egyptian Migration Law, Ministry of Manpower and Migration, 2013-2015.
  • Consultant, Project on "Mapping Women's Human Rights Organizations in the Arab States," United Nation Development Fund for Women (Arab States Regional Office), Amman, Jordan, February-August 2011.
  • Research Advisor, National Council for Human Rights (NHCR), Cairo, Egypt, July. 2008 – May. 2009.
  • Member of the Migrant Advisory Board, The Joint EC-UN Migration and Development Initiative, Sep. 2008 - Current.
  • Principal Investigator, Project on "A Study on the Dynamics of the Egyptian Diaspora: Strengthening Development Linkages," The International Organization for Migration (IOM), Dec. 2007 - July 2010.
  • Senior Technical Advisor for Documentation and Research, Egypt Education Reform Program, American Institutes for Research (AIR), Nov. 2007 - May 2008.
  • Consultant, Research Methods, Statistics, and Monitoring and Evaluation, Egypt Education Reform Program, the Academy for Educational Development (AED), May  2007 - May 2008.
  • National Migration Expert, Project on “Patterns of Migration and Human Resources Development Issues in Egypt,”  The European Training Foundation (ETF) and Social Planning, Analysis, and Administration Consultants (SPAAC), August 2006 - .October 2007.
  • Consultant, project on “Integrating Population Variables into Development Planning in the Arab Region,” The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), October 2006 - December 2007.
  • Member, Technical and Scientific Committee, “The First Arab Conference on Family Health and Population," Cairo, May 13-16, 2006.
  • Consultant, “Regional Report on Labor Emigration and Insourcing in MENA Countries,” The World Bank, November 2005 - April 2006.
  • Senior Migration Researcher, Project on “Information Dissemination for The Prevention of Irregular Migration from Egypt,” IOM, Italia Cooperation, and Emigration Sector of the Ministry of Labor and Emigration of Egypt, September 2005 -  March 2006.
  • Consultant (Demography), Pan Arab Project for Family Health (PAPFAM), League of Arab States (LAS), December 2004 - Current
  • Scholar Affiliate, Forced Migration and Refugee Studies Program, The American University in Cairo, April - August 2003.
  • Senior Demographer (International Migration), Integrated Migration Information System Project (IMIS), IOM, Italia Cooperation, and Emigration Sector of the Ministry of Labor and Emigration of Egypt, From September 2002 - October 2003.
  • Trainer (Program Monitoring and Evaluation), IELP-II, The Academy for Educational Development (AED), Cairo Office, August 2002 – August 2003.
  • Data Analyst, League of Arab States (LAS), "Survey on Female Participation in the Economic Activity in Algeria", Data Cleaning and Tabulation. From August to October 1996. 
  • Data Analyst, The Egyptian Fertility Care Society (EFCS), "Maternal Morbidity in Upper Egypt Survey", Survey Coordination and Data Analysis. From October 1995 to April 1996. 
  • Data Manager, The Egyptian Fertility Care Society (EFCS), "The Validity Study of the Findings of the EDHS 1995 on Female Circumcision in Egypt", Data Management, Processing, and Cleaning. From May to July 1996. 
  • Data Manager, Cairo Demographic Center (CDC), "Reproductive Health Survey", Office Editing Management, and Data Processing Management, and Data Analysis. From March to December 1995.
  • Field Supervisor, Cairo Demographic Center (CDC), "Clinical Services Improvement Survey", Field Supervisor, Office Editing, Data Entry, Data Processing Supervision, and Data Analysis. From October 1993 to January 1994.    

C. Experience as a trainer:

Trainer and Lecturer in the following types of training courses including developing teaching materials, manuals, time schedules, monitoring, and evaluation:

Demographic Analysis and Applications

Population and Development Projection Methods

Advanced Quantitative Methods and Statistical Applications

Microcomputer Processing Systems for Survey Data Entry and Analysis

Labor Force and Unemployment Projection Methods

Program Monitoring and Evaluation

Migration and Development

D. Computer:

General operating systems and software:

-         Microsoft Windows / Mac OS

-         Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint)

      -         WebCT  and Blackboard (Online course design and management)

      -         Web Design


Statistical Applications:

  • The Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS)
  • MINITAB Statistical Software
  • Statistica
  • Stata
  • The Statistical Analysis System (SAS)

Demographic Applications:

     -   MORTPAK-Lite (Mortality Estimations)     -   ANTHRO              -   PYRAMIDS

     -   DEMPROJ and SPECTRUM (Demographic Projections)              -   PDPM/PC

     -   Population Analysis Spread Sheet (PAS)     -   PopMap: Demographic Mapping Software


Survey Dataset:
        
I have used the following international and regional datasets:

    -  The World Fertility Survey (WFS)   

    -  Demographic and Heath Survey (DHS)

    -  Pan Arab Project for Child Development (PAPCHILD)

    -  Pan Arab Project for Family Health (PAPFAM)

    -  Clinical Data Files for Epidemiological Studies

    -  United Nations Population Database

    -  Economic Research Forum Labor Market Surveys (1998-2012)

    -  Survey on Young People in Egypt (SYPE)

    -  Many other Local and Regional Datasets


ACADEMIC SERVICE:

a. Courses taught:

EPHD 227    Population and Development (AUB)

EPHD 332    Population and Health Policy (AUB)

EPHD 333A Special Topics in Pop. Health: Migration and Population Health (AUB)

EPHD 333B Special Topics in Pop. Health: Infant and Child Mortality (AUB)

EPHD 339    Tutorial (Epidemiology and Population Health) (AUB)

EPHD 340    Seminar (Epidemiology and Population Health) (AUB)

MRS 576      Methods of Research with Forced Migrants and Refugees (AUC)

MRS 5204    Methods of Research with Forced Migrants and Refugees (AUC)

CDC 103A    Population Size, Distribution and Composition (CDC)

CDC 103B    Population Change (CDC)

SOC 3013     Social Statistics (AUC)

SOC 3015     Doing Survey Research (AUC)


b. Academic Supervision:

  • Matilda Saliba 2003/04: Menopause Among Lebanese Women (Master of Science in Population Health), American University of Beirut (AUB).
  • Ziad Ghosn 2003/04: Fertility and Sex Preference in Yemen (Master of Science in Population Health), American University of Beirut (AUB).
  • Reader, MA. Theses on Migration and Refugee Studies, The American University in Cairo (AUC), 2011 - Current.
  • Supervisor, Graduate Diploma Research Papers, Cairo Demographic Center (CDC), 2011 - Current.

c. Service in Academic and Professional Committees:

  • Integrity Promotion Committee (2003/04), Faculty of Health Sciences, , American University of Beirut (AUB).
  • Reproductive Health Group, 2003/04, American University of Beirut (AUB).
  • Organizing Committee of the Annual Seminar 2013, Cairo Demographic Center (CDC).
  • Chair of the Scientific Panel on International Migration (SPIM), International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), 2011-2014.

d. Editorial Service:

e. Conference Organization:

  • Co-organizer, Workshop on Crisis, Conflict, Migrants, and Refugees in the Arab Region and Europe, in cooperation with the Center for Migration and Refugee Studies, AUC, and Faculty of Economics and Political Sciences, Cairo University, Cairo 18-19 December 2015.
  • Organizer, Session 182 Return migration: trends and consequences, The International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), Busan, Korea, 26-31 Aug. 2013.
  • Organizer, International Seminar on International Migration in the Middle East and North Africa after the Arab Uprising: A Long Term Perspective, Cairo, Egypt, 22-23 April 2013.
  • Discussant, Session 44 "The role of highly skilled workers in socio-economic developmentThe 26th Population ConferenceThe International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), Marrakech, 27 Sep. - 2 Oct. 2009.
  • Organizer and Discussant, Session 112 "International Migration of Women" The 26th Population ConferenceThe International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), Marrakech, 27 Sep. - 2 Oct. 2009.
  • Chair and Organizer, Session 195 "International Labour Migration: Trends, Policies and Legal Issues" The 26th Population ConferenceThe International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), Marrakech, 27 Sep. - 2 Oct. 2009.
  • OrganizerSymposium on "Irregular Migration of Egyptian Youth" Cairo Demographic Center, Cairo, 25 June 2009.
  • OrganizerSymposium on "Irregular Migration of Egyptian Youth" Cairo Demographic Center, Cairo, 17 May 2009.

PUBLICATIONS: (Unpublished reports and research project reports are not included)

a. Research papers published in peer-reviewed journals:

  1. Zohry, A. (2017) "Non-monetary Remittances of Egyptians Abroad," Remittances Review, 2(1): 23-29.
  2. Zohry, A. (2015) "International Migration: A Theoretical Overview," Democracy, (61): 46-53 (in Arabic).
  3. Zohry, A. (2013) “Egypt’s International Migration after the Revolution: Is There Any Change, Confluences Méditerranée, Numéro 87, Automne 2013: 47-54.

  4. Zohry, A. (2013) ""Human Mobility: Migrant Communities and Political Change in the Home Countries," Al-Siyassa Al-Dawliya, (192) (in Arabic).

  5. Zohry, A. (2012) "Migration Networks: Human Mobility and International Relations in the Arab Region," Al-Siyassa Al-Dawliya, (189): 78-81 (in Arabic).

  6. Zohry, A. (2012) "The Seven Billion: The Economic and Political Ramifications of the Population Cause," Al-Siyassa Al-Dawliya, (187): 100-104 (in Arabic).

  7. Zohry, A. (2011) "Population movements and the non-traditional security in the Arab region," Al-Siyassa Al-Dawliya, (186): 23-28 (in Arabic).

  8. Zohry, A. (2008) "Levels and determinants of infant and child mortality in Djibouti". Arab Family Health and Population. 1(1):1-35 (in Arabic).

  9. Zohry, A. (2007) "Egyptian Irregular Migration to Europe". Migration Letters. 4(1):53-63.

  10. Habib, R.; Zohry, A.; Nuwayhid, I.; Najdi, F. (2006) "Older adults in the division of domestic labor in communities on the outskirts of Beirut," European Journal of Ageing. 3(3):137-145.

  11. Zohry, A. (2006) "Immigration to Egypt".  Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies. 4(3): 33-54.

  12. Zohry, A. (2003) "The place of Egypt in the regional migration system as a receiving country." Revue Européenne des Migrations Internationales (REMI). 19(3):129-149.

  13. Zohry, A. (2003) "Nutritional habits of unskilled rural laborers in Cairo". Nutritional Anthropology, 26: 19-22.

  14. Warschauer,M.; El-Said, G.; Zohry, A. (2002) Language Choice Online: Globalization and Identity in Egypt”. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication (JCMC). 7(4). 

  15. Khalifa MA;  Abdel Moneim A; Zohry, A. G. (1994) “The Impact of Socioeconomic Setting and Program Effort on Contraceptive Prevalence in the Egyptian Governorates”. The Egyptian Population and Family Planning Review, 28(2):82-103.

  16. Sakani O; Zohry AG, (1994) “Socioeconomic and Demographic Factors Affecting School Enrollment in Egypt”. The Egyptian Population and Family Planning Review, 28(2):116-138.

b. Essays and short non-reviewed articles:

  1. Zohry, A. (2016) “Demographic Challenges and Environmental Security: The Case of Egypt,” Al-Malaf Al-Masry (The Egyptian Dossier) 16:22-22, Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies, Cairo (in Arabic).
  2. Zohry, A. (2016) “Migration in the Egyptian-European Relations,” Al-Malaf Al-Masry (The Egyptian Dossier) 22:16-22, Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies, Cairo (in Arabic).
  3. Zohry, A. (2015) “Is Egypt a Demographic Exception?, Ro'a Masriya (Egyptian Vistions) 6:9-12, Al-Ahram Center for Social and Historical Studies, Cairo (in Arabic).

  4. Zohry, A. (2014) “Mutual exposure: The effects of internal dimensions of  labor issues on the Arab-Arab relations, Regional Centre for Strategic Studies, Cairo (in Arabic).

  5. Zohry, A. (2011) “Migration and Mobility Worldwide, Afaaq Al-Mustaqbal [Future Horizons], Issue No. 9, January/February, Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research (ECSSR). (in Arabic)

  6. Zohry, A. (2010) “The Arab countries' demographic mosaic that Europe must not ignore,“ Europe's World, Autumn 2010.

  7. Zohry, A. (2010) “Egypt’s Place in the Euro-Mediterranean Migration System,” in Migration and the Mashreq, The Middle East Institute Viewpoints, The Middle East Institute, Pp: 24-26.

  8. Zohry, A. (2010) “International Migration Between Political Propaganda and the Economy,” The Forum, Fall 2010, International Affairs Forum, Pp: 28-30.

c. Working papers and book chapters:

  1. Zohry, A. & Khaled Hassan (2017) “Human Mobility in the Euro-Mediterranean Region: The Case of Egypt,” in Bertelsmann Stiftung (editor) Escaping the Escape Toward Solutions for the Humanitarian Migration Crisis, Bertelsmann Stiftung, Gütersloh, Pp: 183-196. 2.

  2. Zohry, A. (2016) “International Migration and Human Mobility in the Arab Region: The Role of Parliaments and Legislative Councils”, Policy Papers Series No. 2, Forum of Arab Parliamentarians on Population and Development (FAPPD), Cairo. (in Arabic)

  3. Zohry, A. (2016) “Return Migrants”, in S. Farid (ed.) Egypt Household International Migration Survey 2013, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), Cairo, Pp: 75-127.

  4. Zohry, A. (2014) Migration and Development in Egypt, in M. Bommes, H. Fassmann & W. Sievers (eds.) Migration between the Middle East, North Africa and Europe Past Developments, Current Status and Future Potentials, IMISCOE Research, Amsterdam University Press.

  5. Megahed, N., Abdellah, A., & Zohry, A. (2012) The Quest for Educational reform in Egypt, in C. Aceda, D. Adams & S. Popa (eds.) Quality and Qualities: Tensions in Education Reform. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
    Zohry, A. (2011) “A Proposed Framework for the Study of Illegal Migration,” Working Paper no. 1, Egyptian Society for Migration Studies (EGYMIG).

  6. Zohry, A. (2010) “Immigration to Egypt”, in Segal, U.A., Mayadas, N.S., & Elliott, D. (eds), Immigration Worldwide: Policies, Practices, and Trends, Oxford University Press.

  7. Zohry, A. (2008) “Migration Policies in the Eastern Mediterranean Region: The Cases of Egypt, Jordan and Syria”, in Ayşe GÜNEŞ-AYATA (editor), Challenges of Global Migration: EU and Its Neighbourhood, Center for Black Sea and Central Asia (KORA) and Middle East Technical University (METU), Pp: 77-92.

  8. Ginsburg, M., Megahed, N., Abdellah, A., & Zohry, A. (2009) Promoting active-learning pedagogies in Egypt, in N. Popov, C. Wolhuter, C. Heller & M. Kysilka (eds.) Comparative Education and Teacher Training (volume 6). Sofia: Bureau for Educational Services and the Bulgarian Comparative Education Society.

  9. Warschauer, M.; El-Said, G.; Zohry, A. (2007) “Language Choice Online: Globalization and Identity in Egypt” In: Brenda Danet and Susan C. Herring (eds)The Multilingual Internet: Language, Culture, and Communication Online, Oxford University Press, Pp: 303-318.

  10. Zohry, A. (2007) “Why Upper Egyptians Migrate to Cairo”, Al-Ahram Strategic File,  No. 155, Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies, Cairo (in Arabic).

  11. Zohry, A. (2006) “Egyptian Youth and the European Eldorado: Journeys of Hope and Despair”, Working Paper No. 18, Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS), Copenhagen.

  12. Zohry, A. (2005) "Migration Without Borders: North Africa as a reserve of cheap labour for Europe,"  Migration Without Borders Series, UNESCO, Paris.

  13. Warschauer,M.; El-Said, G.; Zohry, A. (2003) “Language Choice Online: Globalization and Identity in Egypt”. In: Fred E. Jandt (editor): Intercultural Communication: A Global Reader. Sage Publications, ISBN: 0-7619-2899-5. Pp: 160-172.

  14. Zohry, A. G.; El-Said, G. R. Arab Demographers’ Use of Computer and Internet Resources: Results of an Online Survey". Working Papers Series, No. 1, 2000. 20 pp. Egypt Population Research Center (egypop). Cairo, November 2000.

  15. Zohry, A. G. "The plateau effect of the family planning program in Egypt". Cairo Demographic Center, Research Monograph Series No. 27, 1998.  

  16. Zohry, A. G.Determinants of Contraceptive Switching Behavior in Egypt”. In: Makhlouf H; Amin SZ; Moreland RS, (eds.) Studies in Contraceptive Use in Egypt: Eight Studies of the 1992 Egypt Demographic and Health Survey, Cairo Demographic Center and Egypt National Population Council, January 1997. Re-Published in: Population Studies, Vol. 16 No. 81, PP 25-54, 1998.  

  17. Zohry, A. G. "Population policies and family planning program in Egypt: evolution and performance". Cairo Demographic Center, Research Monograph Series No. 26, 1997.

  18. Zohry, A. G., “Reproductive Intentions and Future Fertility in Egypt”. Cairo Demographic Center, Research Monograph Series No. 25, PP. 255-68, 1996.

  19. Zohry, A. G., “Attitudes of Egyptian Women Toward Female Circumcision in Egypt”. Cairo Demographic Center, Research Monograph Series No. 25, 1996.

  20. Zohry, A. G., “Features of Contraceptive Switching Behavior in Egypt”. Cairo Demographic Center, Research Monograph Series No. 25, 1996. 

  21. Zohry, A. G.Excess Births Due to Unwanted Fertility in Egypt”. Cairo Demographic Center, Research Monograph Series No. 24, 1995. 

  22. Bahobaishi  N; Zohry, A. G.Fertility in Yemen: An Analysis of the Proximate Determinants”.   Cairo Demographic Center, Research Monograph Series No. 24, 1995.

  23. Zohry, A. G.; Bean, Lee L. "Infant Mortality and Health Care in the Gulf Region". Cairo Demographic Center, Research Monograph Series No. 24, 1995. 

  24. Bean, Lee L.; Zohry, A. G. "Marriage and fertility in the Gulf region: the impact of pro-family, pro-natal policies" CDC Working Paper, No. 36, 1994. 37 pp. Cairo Demographic Center: Cairo.

  25. Zohry, A. G.Determinants of Fertility in Egypt: A Supply Demand Approach”. Cairo Demographic Center, Research Monograph Series No. 23, 1994.

  26. Zohry, A. G.Labor Force Profile in Rural Upper Egypt versus Rural Lower Egypt”. Cairo Demographic Center, Research Monograph Series No. 22, 1993. 

 

d. Books, handbooks, and reports  (Partial List):

  1. Zohry, A. [editor] (2014) Regional Report on Arab International Migration: Migration and Development 2014, League of Arab States (LAS), Cairo. (in Arabic)

  2. Zohry, A. (Editor) (2013) Development Policy Implications of Age-Structural Transitions in the Arab Countries, Population and Development Report, Issue No. 6, UN-ESCWA, United Nations, New York.

  3. Zohry A. (2013) Trafficking of Women and Children in the Arab Region: A Regional Perspective, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia, United Nations, New York.

  4. Zohry, A. (2010) The Workers' Sponsor [Al-Kafeel!], Citizens For Development Foundation, Cairo. (in Arabic)

  5. Zohry, A. (2010) "A Study on the Dynamics of the Egyptian Diaspora: Strengthening Development Linkages". International Organization for Migration.

  6. Zohry, A.  (2009)"The Migratory Patterns of Egyptians in Italy and France".  CARIM Research Report no. 2009/17. The Euro-Mediterranean Consortium for Applied Research on International Migration (CARIM), European University Institute, Florence.

  7. Zohry, A. (2007) "Migration and Development in Egypt," Project Group Meeting on "Migration as a Potential and Risk - Europe and the MENA Region," Osnabruck University and Robert Bosch Foundation, Berlin, Germany, 16-17 December 2007.

  8. Zohry, A. (2006) Attitudes of Egyptian Youth Towards Migration to Europe 2006. International Organization for Migration (IOM), Italia Cooperation and Ministry of Manpower and Emigration, Cairo.

  9. Zohry, A. (2005) Assessment of Data Quality of the Arab Family Health Surveys. Pan Arab Project for Family Health (PAPFAM), League of Arab States, Cairo.

  10. Zohry, A. (2004) "Interrelationships between internal and international migration in Egypt: a pilot study," Research Reports Series, Development Research Center on Migration, Globalization, and Poverty, University of Sussex.

  11. Zohry, A. and Harrell-Bond, B. (2003) "Contemporary Egyptian migration: an overview of voluntary and forced migration". Country Background Papers (WP-C3), Development Research Center on Migration, Globalization, and Poverty, University of Sussex.

  12. Zohry, A. (2003) Contemporary Egyptian Migration 2003. International Organization for Migration (IOM), Italia Cooperation and Ministry of Manpower and Emigration, Cairo.

  13. Melnyk, A; Zohry, A; El-Said, G; Burch, R. (2003) Monitoring and Evaluation Handbook: Assuring Quality in Strategic Training Programs. Academy for Educational Development (AED).

  14. Hassan S.; Zohry, A. G. (1994) The Annual Statistical Report on the Status of Arab Child, 1994. The Arab Council for Childhood and Development, Cairo, 1995. (In Arabic)

e. Creative Writing:

1.     Zohry, A.  (2016) Children’s Works, [Leab Eial], Autobiography, Cairo (in Arabic).

2.     Zohry, A.  (2016) Superstitions, [Takhareef], Cynical Literature, Cairo (in Arabic).

3.     Zohry, A.  (2015) Flashback, [Rajaa Assada], Novel, Cairo (in Arabic).

4.     Zohry, A.  (2014) The Facebookies, [Al-Faisbokkyiat], Essays, Cairo (in Arabic).

5.     Zohry, A.  (2014) Lexicon of Popular Coffee Shop Terms, [Mo’jam Mustalahaat Al-Makahi Ashaabyia], Cairo (in Arabic).

6.     Zohry, A.  (2010) Communications and the Society in Egypt, [Al-Ettessalate wal-Mojtamaa fi Masr], Essays, Cairo (in Arabic).

7.     Zohry, A. (2008) The Mediterranean Sea, [Bahrelroom], The first Egyptian novel on illegal migration, Cairo (in Arabic)

8.     Zohry, A. (2007) The Danish Experience, [Attajrouba Addanmarkiya] Travel Literature, Cairo (in Arabic)

9.     Zohry, A. (2006) Insights into Egyptian Society, [Daftar Ahwāl Almogtama’ Al-Masri] Essays, Cairo (in Arabic)

f. Conference Presentations  (Partial List):

  1. Zohry, A. (2016) The Demography of Arab Migration at the Time of the Massive Population Mobility,” The Seventeenth Meeting of the Heads of the National Population Councils and Committees in the Arab Region, League of Arab States, UNFPA, and ESCWA, 8-9 November 2016, Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt (Invited).

  2. Zohry, A. (2016) The Migration Crisis in the Mediterranean: The case of Syrian Refugees and Internally Displaced Population,” Women Gathering for Change: Envisioning Ways to Create A Healthier Future Conference, Library of Alexandria, Alexandria, 16-18 March 2016.

  3. Zohry, A. (2016) International Migration Statistics in the Arab Region: Challenges and Opportunities,” Fifth International Scientific Conference of Arab Statisticians, Arab Statisticians Union, Cairo, 9-10 February 2016.

  4. Zohry, A. (2015) Egyptian Migration: Trends, Figures, and Current Challenges,” World Statistics Day 2015, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), Cairo, 20 October 2015.

  5. Zohry, A. (2015) “Demographic Dimensions of Armed Conflicts in the Arab Region,” Summer School for Students of Political Science and Media Departments of the Egyptian Universities, August-September 2015, Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies (ACPSS) and The Regional Center for Strategic Studies (RCSS), Cairo, 23 August 2015 (in Arabic).

  6. Zohry, A. (2014)Inequalities and Rural Exodus,” Workshop on The left behind: Rural Communities in Times of Transitions, The Foundation for South-North Mediterranean, Library of Alexandria, and The Global Forum for Agricultural Research, Alexandria, 8-9 November 2014.

  7. Zohry, A. (2014)The Effects of Labor Mobility Issues on the Inter-Arab Relations,” Panel Discussion of Mutual Vulnerability, The Regional Center for Strategic Studies (RCSS), Cairo, 7 May 2014.

  8. Zohry, A. (2013) "Assessment of International Migration in the Arab Region," Background paper prepared for the "Regional Conference on Population and Development in the Arab States: Development Challenges and Population Dynamics in a Changing Arab World," Cairo, 24-26 June.

  9. Zohry, A. (2011) "A Study on the Dynamics of the Egyptian Diaspora: Strengthening

  10. Development Linkages," Center for Migration and Refugee Studies (CMRS), American University in cairo, 16 November 2011.

  11. Zohry, A. (2010) "Migration and Identity in the Arab Gulf Countries: The case of the UAE," Gulf Reaearch Meeting 2010, University of Cambridge, 7-10 July 2010.

  12. Zohry, A. (2010) "Migration and the Family in the Middle East and North Africa". Conference on "Empowerment of the Family in the Modern World:   Challenges & Promises Ahead," Doha International Institute for Family Studies and Development (DIFSD), Qatar Foundation, Doha, 27-28 January. 2010

  13. Zohry, A. (2009) "The Development Impact of Internal Migration: Findings from Egypt". The 26th  International Conference on Population, IUSSP, Marrakech, 27 Sep-2 Oct. 2009

  14. Zohry, A. (2009) Strategies of Coping and Patterns of Accommodation of Irregular Egyptian Migrants in Europe, Irregular Migration Conference, Partners In Development, Cairo 9-10 May.

  15. Zohry, A. (2009) The Demography of Arab Youth: Current Situation and Future Trends, Expert Group Meeting on Reinforcing Social Equity: Integrating Youth in the Development Process, UN-ESCWA and Family Development Foundation , Abu Dhabi, 29-31 March 2009. (In Arabic)

  16. Zohry, A. (2007)  Population Projections and their Role in Integrating Population and Development Variables in the Arab Region, Regional Workshop on "Strengthening the Skills of Demographers and Population Experts in Demographic Analysis and its Relationship with Development," The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates, 5-6 December.

  17. Zohry, A. (2007) Integrating Population Variables into Development Planning in the Arab Region, Expert Group Meeting on "Integrating Population Variables into Development Planning in the Arab Region," The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), Amman, Jordan, 3-4 April.

  18. Zohry, A. (2006) Egypt: a new player in the Euro-Mediterranean migration system, Workshop on "Global Migration and European Union's Policy Interventions," The Nijmegen Centre for Border Research, University of Nijmegen, Nijmegen, Netherlands 20-21 October.

  19. Zohry, A. (2006) Egyptian Irregular Migration to Europe, The Third International Population Geographies Conference, European Association for Population Studies (EAPS), University of Liverpool, Liverpool, June 21-24.

  20. Zohry, A. (2006) Who Migrates Internally, Internationally, & Who Stays Behind in Egypt?, European Population Conference 2006, , University of Liverpool, Liverpool, June 19-21.

  21. Zohry, A. (2006) Developmentalizing the Diaspora : African Refugees in Cairo, Fourth International Workshop on Diaspora, Development and Conflict: The Impacts of Transnational Activities, Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS), Bornholm, May 7-9.

  22. Zohry, A. (2006) Migration and the Left-Behind Families: Findings from Rural Egypt, Seminar on “Gendering Migration in the Middle East: Migrants’ Presence and Absence,” Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS), Copenhagen, May 4.

  23. Awad, A. & Zohry, A. (2005) The End of Egypt Population Growth in the 21st Century: Challenges and Aspirations, The 35th Annual Conference on Population and Development Issues: Current Situation & Aspirations, Cairo Demographic Center, Cairo 20 - 22 December.

  24. Zohry, A. (2005) Cairo: A transit city for migrants and African Refugees, Colloque: Circulations migratoires et reconfigurations territoriales entre l’Afrique noire et l’Afrique du Nord, CEDEJ, Cairo 17-18 November (invited).

  25. Zohry, A. (2005) Computer-Mediated Communications as Tools for Professional Development: Demographers Without Borders as a Case Study, The 3rd Conference of Documentation and Electronic Archiving: Knowledge Investment and Management for Decision Support, United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and Dubai Municipality, Dubai 17-19 September.

  26. Zohry, A. (2005) Armenians in Egypt, The 25th International Population Conference, The International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), Tours, France, 18-23 July.

  27. Zohry, A. (2004) Integrating Population Variables in Development Planning, a keynote speech,  National Conference on Population and Development, National Agency for Information and Documentation, Center for Economic Research, and The Academy for Graduate Studies, Tripoli,  21-22 November (invited).

  28. Zohry, A. (2002) Demographic Pressures in North Africa: causes and Consequences, The Euro-African Dialogue: Security Co-operation in Europe & North Africa, Royal United Service Institute for Defense Studies (London),  30-31 October, Tripoli, Libya (invited). PPT

  29. Zohry, A. (2002) Unskilled Labor Migration from Upper Egypt to Cairo, Centre d'Etudes et de Documentation Economiques, Juridiques et Sociales (CEDEJ), 22 October, Cairo (invited).  PPT

  30. Warschauer, M.; Zohry, A.; Refaat, G. (2000) Language and literacy online: A study of Egyptian internet users, The American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Conference, March 11-14, Vancouver, British Columbia.

  31. Zohry, A. G.; Hosam-el-Din, T. M. The Socioeconomic and Demographic Correlates of Female Circumcision in the Sudan. Paper presented in the 27th Annual Seminar on Population and Development, Cairo Demographic Center. Cairo 16-18 December 1997.

  32. Zohry, A. G.(1997) Reliability of Data on Fertility Intentions in Egypt. Paper presented in the 32nd Annual Conference on Statistics, Computer Sciences, and Operations Research, Institute of Statistical Studies and Research (ISSR), Cairo University. Cairo 13-15 December. 

  33. Zohry, A. G.; Gad AY. (1995) Demographic Profile of Gharbia and Souhag Governorates: An Intra-Governorate Analysis with GIS, Cairo Demographic Center, Paper presented in the 25th CDC Annual Seminar on Population and Development, December.  

 g. Newspaper Articles:

  1. Zohry, A. Top 10 Egyptian Migration Issues of 2011", Al-Wafd  Newspaper, 01-01-2012. (in Arabic)

  2. Zohry, A. The View from Abroad", An article about remittances of Egyptians abroad, Business Today Egypt, December 2011.

  3. Zohry, A. Voices of Egyptians abroad: Will they change the rules of the game?", Al-Wafd  Newspaper, 15-11-2011. (in Arabic)

  4. Zohry, A. To vote or note to vote: the dilemma of Egyptians Abroad", The Daily News Egypt, 13-10-2011. 

  5. Zohry, A. The Egyptian Labor Between the Kafeel System and the Recruitment Companies", [Al-emala Al-Masryia baina nezam Al-Kafeel we Sharekaat Al-Tawzeef]Al-Ahram Newspaper, 10-05-2010. (in Arabic)

  6. Zohry, A. The International Migrants Day", [Al-Yaoum Al-Dawli Lel-Mohajereen]Al-Wafd Newspaper, 20-12-2009. (in Arabic)

  7. Zohry, A. In the International Migrants Day", [Fil-Yaoum Al-Dawli Lel-Mohajereen]Al-Quds Al-Arabi Newspaper, 18-12-2009. (in Arabic)

  8. Zohry, A. About the International Migrants Day", [Hawl Al-Yaoum Al-Dawli Lel-Mohajereen]Al-Shorouk Newspaper, 17-12-2009. (in Arabic)

  9. Zohry, A. Dubai and the Gloaters", [Dubai wal-Shametoun]Al-Quds Al-Arabi Newspaper, 03-12-2009. (in Arabic)

  10. Zohry, A. Humanity's Real Olympics", [Al-Oulembiad al-Haqiqi le-Basharyia] Al-Quds Al-Arabi Newspaper, 10-10-2009. (in Arabic)

  11. Zohry, A. Family Planning .. A Step Backward", Al-Wafd  Newspaper, 27-09-2009. (in Arabic)

  12. Zohry, A. Towards a National Migration Council [in Egypt]", Rosalyousef  Newspaper, 12-12-2007, issue no. 729, Cairo. (in Arabic)

  13. Zohry, A. Announcing Cairo as a closed City II", Al-Ahram Newspaper, 23-09-2007, issue no. 44120, Cairo. (in Arabic)

  14. Zohry, A. Beyond the Maids' crisis: Towards a National Migration Policy", The Daily Star Egypt, distributed with the International Herald Tribune, 12-06-2007, Cairo.

  15. Zohry, A. The Returnees from Libya", Al-Wafd Newspaper, 14-03-2007, issue no. 6252, Cairo. (in Arabic)

  16. Zohry, A. The Crisis of Egyptian Labor Migrants in Libya", Al-Ahaly Newspaper, 14-02-2007, issue no. 1314, Cairo. (in Arabic)

  17. Zohry, A. "Egyptian Youth and Irregular Migration", Al-Gomhouryia Newspaper, 01-09-2006, Cairo. (in Arabic)

  18. Zohry, A. "Sheikh Zaki Badawi .. The end of the moderate voice of Islam in Europe", Al-Masry Al-Youm Newspaper, 12-02-2006, issue no. 609, Cairo. (in Arabic)

  19. Zohry, A.  Egypt, refuge, and refugees”, Al-Wafd Newspaper, 03-02-2006, Cairo. (in Arabic)

  20. Zohry, A. "Yes, Egypt witnesses an overpopulation problem", Assafir Newspaper, 26-06-2004, issue no. 9828, Beirut. (in Arabic)

  21. Zohry, A. "From Upper Egypt to international Academy", Alhayat Newspaper, 18-03-2003, issue no. 14603, London.  (Biography) (in Arabic)

  22. Zohry, A. Announcing Cairo as a closed City", Al-Ahram Newspaper, 15-09-2002, issue no. 42286, Cairo. (in Arabic)

h. Publications in Progress:

Zohry, A. (in progress) Exploring Contemporary Egyptian Migration

i. Radio and TV Programs (Preparation and Broadcasting):

  1. Zohry, A. (2014) Songs and the Society in Egypt, Sawt Al-Arab Radio, Egyptian Radio and TV Union, August 2014, Cairo (30 episodes).

  2. Zohry, A. (2014) Round the World in 30 Days, Sawt Al-Arab Radio, Egyptian Radio and TV Union, June 2016, Cairo (30 episodes).


MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

  • Egyptian Demographers Association (EDA), Egypt

  • International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), France

  • Egyptian Geographical Society (EGS), Egypt

  • Union for African Population Studies (UAPS), Senegal

  • International Association for the Study of Forced Migration (IASFM), UK

  • Association Internationale des Démographes de Langue Française (AIDELF), France

  • European Association for Population Studies (EAPS), The Netherlands

  • The Egyptian Society of Migration Studies (EGYMIG), Egypt

  • Asian Population Association (APA), Thailand


MEDIA APPEARANCE (Partial List)

  • Al-Manara TV Channel for Scientific Research, Interview on Demography as a Policy-Making Tool, 4 August, 2013.

  • Al-Hurra TV Channel, Street Pulse program, Interview on Illegal Migration, 17 Jun. 2013.

  • Nile News Channel, Interview on "Arab Spring Revolutions and Migration", Sabah Gadeed Program, 4 April 2012.

  • CTV Channel, Interview on "Egyptian Illegal Migration after the Egyptian Revolution," F-ennour Program, 25 August 2011.

  • Al-Manara TV Channel for Scientific Research, Al-3elm fi Arqaam (Science in Numbers), Program on Irregular Migration, 23 December, 2010.

  • Nile Culture TV Channel, Agenda program, interview on my book "Communications and the Society in Egypt", 18 December 2010.

  • CTV Channel, Interview on "Egyptian Irregular Migration and Egyptians Abroad," F-ennour Program, 10 December 2010.

  • Nile News Channel, Interview on "Muslims in the West", Sabah Gadeed Program, 12 October 2010.

  • Nile International Channel, Breakfast Show Program, Egypt Radio and TV, Interview on Irregular Migration from Egypt, 14 July 2010.

  • Nile News Channel, From Cairo program, Egypt Radio and TV, Interview on Egyptians in Italy, 17 February 2010.

  • Channel One, Egypt Radio and TV, The Road to Egyptian Youth program: Migration between Dream and Reality, 4 November 2009.

  • Nile TV International, I've Read .... program, 15 June, 2009.

  • Al-Hurra TV Channel, Special Report program, Interview on Youth and Migration, 6 May, 2009.

  • Al-Hurra TV Channel, Special Report program, Irregular Migration from Africa to Europe, 8 April, 2009.

  • Abu Dhabi TV Channel, Moutheer Leljadal program (Controversary Issue), Arab Brain Drain, 7 March 2009.

  • BBC Arabic Channel, Fact-finding Commission program [Lajnat taqassi Al-haqa'q], Irregular Migration from Egypt, 6 January 2009.

  • Nile Life Channel, Naharak Saeed program, Interview on Irregular Migration among Egyptian Youth, 24 December 2008.

  • Nile Life Channel, Naharak Saeed Program, Interview on Irregular Migration among Egyptian Youth, 24 December 2008.

  • Algamaheer Newspaper, interview on “Irregular migration of Egyptian youth”, 2 July 2008.

  • Nile Culture TV Channel, Share3 El-Kalām program, interview on my novel Ba7relrrom on Irregular migration, 21 June 2008.

  • Dream TV Channel, Sama7 Gadeed program, interview on my novel Ba7relrrom on Irregular migration, 10 June 2008.

  • Nile Culture TV Channel, Share3 El-Kalām program, interview on “Migration and Brain Drain in the Arab World”, 29 March 2008.

  • BBC Arabic TV, The News Hour, Interview on “Illegal Migration in the Arab World”, 16 March 2008.

  • Nile News Channel, Interview on "Arab Brain Drain", Sabah Gadeed Program, 27 February 2008.

  • Elbadeel Newspaper, Interview on "Egyptian Migration and Migration Policies", 7 February 2008

  • Nile News Channel, Interview on "Irregular Migration of Egyptians", Sabah Gadeed Program, 25 December 2007.

  • Greater Cairo Radio, Interview on “Illegal Migration of Egyptian Youth to Europe”, 24 December 2007.

  • Al-Ahram Hebdo, Interview on “Illegal Migration of Egyptian Youth to Europe”, 5 December 2007. (in French)

  • Nile News Channel, Interview on "Insights into Egyptian Society", Sabah Gadeed Program, 5 September 2007.

  • BBC Arabic Radio,  Interview on “Egyptian Irregular Migration to Europe”, 2 July 2007.

  • BBC Radio,  Interview on “Egyptian Irregular Migration to Europe”, 11 June 2007.

  • Nile Culture TV Channel, Share3 El-Kalām program, interview on “migration policies in Egypt”, 2 June 2007.

  • Channel One, Egypt Radio and TV, Special program on Illegal Migration from Egypt to Europe, May 2007.

  • Nile Culture Channel, Share3 El-Kalām program, interview on my book “Daftar Ahwāl Almogtama’ Al-Masri”, 24 February 2007.

  • Al-Manara TV Channel for Scientific Research, Al-3elm fi Arqām (Science in Numbers), Program on Internal MIgration, 5 September, 2006..

  • Al-Manara TV Channel for Scientific Research, Al-3elm fi Arqaam (Science in Numbers), Program on International Migration, 31 August, 2006.

  • Channel One, Egypt Radio and TV, Shabab 3al-Hawa, Interview on “Youth and Illegal migration”, 17 April 2006.

  • Nile TV, FRONTLINE program, 10 July 2003.

  • Aljazeera News Channel, interview with Aljazeera correspondent in Tripoli, Libya to comment on The Euro-African Dialogue: Security Co-operation in Europe & North Africa, 30 October 2002.


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