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Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy

The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP), a newly-established, nonpartisan, and nonprofit organization, has set up a fellowship in honor of Bassem Sabry, an activist and political commentator whose sudden death on Tuesday sent many grieving around the world, as they mourned his moderate political stands, objectivity and sound analysis of developments in his country.

TIMEP said this Fellowship, intended for young writers and analysts from the Middle East, will provide opportunities for education, exposure, and connection to the academic and policy worlds, with the aim to further the causes and principles that he worked relentlessly to advance throughout his rich, fulfilling life.

TIMEP will begin accepting applications for the Bassem Sabry Democracy Fellowship this fall.

TIMEP is dedicated to understanding and supporting Middle Eastern countries undergoing democratic transitions and committed to informing U.S. policymakers and the public of developments in these countries.

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