Rim El Gantri joined ICTJ in December 2011 and led the Tunisia program for almost five years through the transitional justice process that started in the country after the revolution. El Gantri has extensive experience in transitional justice, public administration, national consultations and elections management in post conflict countries. She has eight years of experience managing projects for international non-profit and development organizations allowing her to join the Nepal team to work on the ongoing truth seeking process.
Prior to joining ICTJ, El Gantri worked at the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) on initiatives to ensure fairness and transparency in Tunisia’s first democratic elections. She also worked at the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
El Gantri holds a degree from of the International Academy of Constitutional Law in Tunis, Tunisia, and received a Master’s degree in Public Law from University of Tunis in 2005.