Researcher, Sexual Violence Program
KHALED ALRABE is a Researcher working with the Human Rights Center’s Sexual Violence Program on forced migration and human trafficking. Alrabe graduated from Georgetown University Law Center (JD) in 2014 and spent the last year as a Legal Fellow at the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyer’s Guild, where he focused on federal appellate litigation in the immigration field. He specializes in refugee law, immigration law and international human rights law. His past research includes a fact-finding report published by Georgetown’s Human Rights Institute on the toll of statelessness on minors in the Dominican Republic.