The SCRAP Team

Dan Plesch is SCRAP’s Director, responsible for developing its strategy to enhance international security through General and Complete Disarmament.

Fadil Elobeid

Fadil Elobeid is the Events and Liaison Coordinator at SCRAP. He is responsible for liaison with NGOs, Think Tanks and the African Union.

Olamide Samuel is the Project Coordinator at SCRAP Weapons, supporting the overall management of projects and directing strategic outreach.

Lidia is the SCRAP Weapons representative in Geneva, and facilitates liaison with the UNOG and other Geneva based missions.

Project Assistants

Jacob Loose

Jacob is the Research Coordinator at SCRAP. He is responsible for overseeing student and volunteer research activities. 

Jacob is also a founder of the Oxfam society at SOAS and has organised events that support the shared work of SCRAP and Oxfam for a safer world. 
 

Anahita Parsa

Anahita is the Advocacy Coordinator at SCRAP. She is responsible for overseeing student and volunteer engagement and outreach activities. 

rut Einarsdóttir

Rut is the Operations Coordinator at SCRAP. She is responsible for overseeing student and volunteer operations and social media activity.

Rut Einarsdottir

Aashika Doshi

Marcelle Brown

Hira Rahman

Charlie Bevan

Amara Shaker Brown

Mar Hernandez Morell

Jaf Iman Jaf Faizal

Francesca Lipsac

Zahraa Kapasi

Lisa Jones

Zoe Ciaccio

Will Neville

Saria Anant

Julia Auf dem Brinke

Jean Kostrzewski

Shivani Sunder

Robert Dario Neil

Isabella Kajiwara

Adam Ruffell

Harriet Amanda Hanssen

Yuhsuan Lei

Charlie Mandelid

Jean Kostrzewski

Yasemin Christine Duecker

Iqra Duldar

Irene Sofia Olmi

Amira Serhani

Aditi Mishra

Samia Omar

Sid Bagri

Jack Ganesh Read Seal

Jacob Loose

Aude Dubos-Michel

Liza Micke

Maria Eugenia Granjo Redondo

Miguel Guirao Morales

Tahiya Moosa

Panida Wayrojpitak

Alexandra MacAulay Abdelwahab

SCRAP recruits a large number of student interns at the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

How can you become involved in SCRAP?

SCRAP proposes timetables and a draft treaty for consideration at the United Nations General Assembly, which takes place in September every year. Support our efforts to have SCRAP introduced at the UN General Assembly by sending a letter of support to your government.

If you are a student organisation or individual interested in working for SCRAP, please send us an email at scrap.weapons@soas.ac.uk.