Amine Ghali is the Director of Al Kawakibi Democracy Transition Center (KADEM) working on issues of democracy, reform and transition in the Arab region. Currently he focuses his contribution on the democracy transition process in Tunisia, especially on political and institutional reform, civic space and on transitional justice issues. Following the revolution in Tunisia, he has been appointed as member of the National Commission to Investigate Corruption (March 2011 – Feb 2012), member of the National Commission on the Transitional Justice Dialogue (May – October 2012), board member of the national anti-corruption authority INLUCC (2016 – closure) and a member of a legislative reform commission (July 2020 – May 2021).
Before joining KADEM, he worked in a number of regional and international NGOs such as FH and CAWTAR. Ghali is an invited lecturer to a number of Tunisian and international universities.
Amine Ghali, holds a Masters Degree in International Development Law from Université René Decarte, Paris; and a Bachelor Degree in International Management from University of Houston, Texas. He took part in a number of special courses and trainings on human rights and democratisation in several universities and training centers.