Med. V University of Rabat
Mohammed V University of Rabat, Ban Rouah, Rabat, Morocco.
Policy Development in the fields of Gender, Migration & Youth Education; Professional Leadership; Transformational Political Economy; and the Media, especially in the context of Africa and the EU-Southern Mediterranean Cooperation
Founder of EDU Globe for research and training, Badre is a social sciences’ scholar and Fulbrighter, with a strong research interest in Policy Development in the fields of Higher Education and Professional Leadership of three social groups (Migrants; youth; and women), especially within Africa and the EU-Southern Mediterranean cooperation. He has got a MA in international Relation and Diplomacy; an MBA in Human Resources Management; an MA in Education Pedagogies; and an MA in Cultural Studies, and a PhD in Gender & Development. He completed a Carnegie fellowship, at the University of North Carolina-Chapel, Hill in the USA; a visiting fellowship at the United Nations University of Barcelona; and a doctoral Fellowship with the ACSS (2017-2018). Professionally, Badre teaches at Mohammed V University of Rabat. Prior to that, he was a visiting lecturer at various international universities including NewYork, California, North Carolina (USA) as well as Denmark, Germany and Romania. He has spoken in over 400 international conferences and trainings. His recently published books include: International Negotiations for Economic Diplomacy (2020); "Voices of Early Career Researchers in and out of the Academy: A Pan-African Perspective", (2020); "La Participation Citoyenne" (2016); and "A youth policy manual for Arab countries: How to develop a national youth non-formal education strategy" (2013).
Fulbright Doctorate Co-Supervision
United Nations' University Award