Mohamed al-Iriani

Research Fellow

Mohamed al-Iriani joined the Yemen Policy Center as a Research Fellow in 2020. He has worked as a research consultant on subjects including institutional fragmentation, security, conflict dynamics, and economic development.

Mohamed has contributed to various Yemeni projects with many commercial and non-profit organizations, such as OSESGY, the International Organization for Migration, United Nations Office for Project Services, and Humanitarian Dialogue. His roles have covered research design, which included KII design and analysis, with a focus on security sector reform, COVID-19, and humanitarian needs assessment reports. Mohamed has also held various directing and consulting positions in organizational management and public relations.

Mohamed holds a Master’s degree in Development Economics.


(Human) Security in a Fragmented State

Research Debrief Mohamed Al-iriani and Mareike Transfeld (Human) Insecurity in a Fragmented State March 2020 The brutal war and dire humanitarian crisis in Yemen has