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Zineb Omary

Last update Monday 06 December 2021

Assistant Professor of political science and public policy, Science Po Rabat, International University of Rabat, Morocco

Zineb Omary

Zineb OMARY is a political scientist, working as Assistant Professor at Science Po Rabat at the International University of Rabat (Morocco). She teaches public policies and directs the Master programme in “Evaluation and Analysis of Public Policies in Developing Countries”. After defending her doctoral thesis in political science at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques d'Aix-en-Provence, she joined the International University of Rabat where she specialises in public policies, and more specifically health policies.

Dr. Omary has participated in several studies on the impact of public policies, notably the following: "Feelings of ramedist patients with cancer in Morocco", supported by the Institute for Research on Cancer (IRC), "Access to structures of reproductive and sexual health of sub-Saharan migrant women ”, supported by the Association for the Fight against AIDS (ALCS) and the Moroccan Ministry of Health and the “Perception of the population of Moroccan regional institutions and citizen inclusion”, funded by the German Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Foundation.

Dr. Omary is a member of the Laboratory of Political Studies and Human and Social Sciences of the International University of Rabat. In October 2018, she co-organised a colloquium on the Evaluation of Public Policies and participated in the organisation of the 6th edition of the “Social Sciences and Health Meetings of Fez” on “Gouvernance of medical coverage in Africa: doctrines, devices, implementation”.

Dr. Omary’s research work focuses on public health policies, with a comparative dimension in West Africa and her publications include "The medical assistance regime (RAMed) in Morocco: the mistakes of voluntarism and opportunism", “Revue française des affaires sociales, n° 1, 2018” (with Jean-Noël Ferrié and Othman Serhan).