Wafa Harrar-Masmoudi is Professor of Public Law and Political Science. She has extensive research experience in the analysis of public policies and governance as well as international relations (Diplomacy & Human Rights in particular). She has written extensively on democratic transition with a focus on Tunisia and South Africa. She is currently working on transformations and politics. Prof. Dr. Wafa Harrar-Masmoudi is member of the Tunisian Association of Health Law where she is involved in the identification and resolution of the legal problems in connection with healthcare. She is member of the National Medical Ethics Committee. Prof. Dr. Wafa Harrar-Masmoudi is also a founding member of the Tunisian Association of Political Studies.
Amongst her latest publications are: "The new Constitution of the Republic of Tunisia", in Tunisia’s Constitutional Breakthrough, May 2014, London School of Economics & Political Science, London, Great Britain. (Pending)., "La santé mentale en Tunisie", in Actions pour la santé et la recherche médicale en faveur des personnes vulnérables et des pays émergeants, Anne-Marie Duguet (dir.), éd. Les Etudes Hospitalières, Bordeaux, France, 2012., and "Le processus de transition démocratique en Afrique du Sud", in La transition démocratique à la lumière des expériences comparées, Hatem M’rad & M. L. Fadhel Moussa (dir.), Imprimerie MAN, Tunis, 2012. Furthermore she published "Clinical trials on human beings: ethics requirements and available framework", in Droit de la santé publique dans un contexte transnational, Anne-Marie Duguet (dir.), éd. Les Etudes Hospitalières, Bordeaux, France, 2010., as well as " Etats-Unis : Mythes fondateurs et politique étrangère"», in Inflexions, civils et militaires : pouvoir dire, le corps guerrier, n° 12, La Documentation Française, France, 2009.