Talal holds a bachelor’s degree in law from the Jerash Private University in Jordan. He’s been a member of the Jordanian Bar Association since 2013 and a legal consultant and program manager of TAMASOK program at the Al-Hayat Center for Civil Society where he works on promoting community cohesion, dialogue and acceptance of others.
He is a human rights advocate and provides legal assistance to labor immigrants and refugees in Jordan. He participated in several fellowship programs including “Dworak”project in Italy for three months, “CAUXE” scholar program in Switzerland and a “Diplomatic Training Program”in Lebanon.
His training experience focuses on international agreements and human rights as well as debates regarding civic education, election monitoring, and decentralisation and best practices in addition to effective communication and messaging skills, violent extremism prevention and the safe usage of social media platforms.
Interreligious Activities and Initiatives
Towards a cohesive society
Train 16 young men and women from the Islamic and Christian faith for two days on the basics of dialogue and the skills of employing social networking platforms to promote moderate discourse, facilitation skills and peer education
16 Peer Education sessions to raise awareness of the importance of dialogue and the rejection of hate speech by young trainees in their communities Each session targets 10 people to reach at least 160 people