Garam Dexter joined the "Women, Business and the Law" project in 2012. She conducts legal research of laws and regulations on countries worldwide, with a focus on the Middle East and North Africa. In addition, she provides cross-support to other units in the form of legal analysis on investment, tax and corporate laws of the Middle East. Garam earned a law degree from Damascus University, Syria in 2010. She also holds an LL.M. degree from American University Washington College of Law, specializing in international law and human rights.
- مراقبة الطرق القانونية لإنهاء العنف ضدَ المرأة
- Assurer le suivi des évolutions législatives pour mettre fin aux violences contre les femmes
- Monitoring Legal Pathways to End Violence Against Women
- يوم المرأة العربية: ما علينا فعله لتعزيز حقوقها ومشاركتها
- Arab Women’s Day: What needs to be done in the Middle East and North Africa
- Arab Women’s Day: What Needs to be Done in MENA
- Hidden Roadblocks: Structural Barriers that Limit Women's Financial Inclusion