Muna Dajani was the Autumn 2010 Atkin Fellow at ICSR.
Muna focused on exploring a new conflict resolution tool involving environmental peace building. Her paper discusses the possibility of creating a peace park in the disputed area of the Golan Heights, while highlighting Israeli and Syrian concerns over water resource control and territorial sovereignty. To read her paper please click here.
Muna is a Palestinian living in East Jerusalem with a background in civil engineering focusing on water and sanitation from Birzeit University, a year course in environmental studies from the Arava Institute and a Masters degree in International Development and Environment from the University of Manchester. Muna has been working in the field of water politics, environmental conflicts and water justice in the West Bank.