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About SRA

Somali Researchers Association (SRA) is an association that brings together Somali researchers and provides a platform to exchange knowledge, experience, and ideas. SRA is a professional association whose mission is to promote excellent  research in Somalia.

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Academic freedom

SRA focuses on attacks on researchers in order to develop more effective protection responses. The aim is to identify, assess and track incidents involving violations of academic freedom and/or the human rights of SRA members; Killings, violence, disappearances, Wrongful detention, Restrictions on travel or movement, discharge/loss of position, expulsion from study   and other significant events.

Research Training

We seek to accomplish our mission through a set of interrelated activities, including providing professional development seminars and activities aimed at enhancing skills in research.

Membership

Perhaps the most important benefit of SRA membership is the community itself. By becoming SRA member, you will have access SRA Annual Conference, where you will know the latest developments and research findings, meet the top researchers and experts in the field, and network with colleagues in an interactive meeting format.

Our Experts

Senior Researcher

Mohamoud Mohamed

Senior Researcher 

Shafie Sharif

Senior Researcher

Jamila Hassan

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