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ISSUE 4.2

Climate Change and Water Rights in Palestine

Muna Dajani

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Muna Dajani explains how the international donor community exacerbates the system of water inequality in Palestine and obscures Israel’s hegemony over water resources.


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Muna Dajani
Muna Dajani

Muna Dajani is an environmental researcher, activist and a member of Al-Shabaka, the Palestinian Policy Network. She holds a Master's degree in International Development and Environment ands is currently a PhD student at the London School of Economics (LSE) at the Department of Geography and Environment. 

Muna Dajani's research aims to identify the link between identity, resilience and farming under belligerent occupation, where farming acquires political subjectivity as a form of cultural resistance. Her research interests are environmental politics, community-led resource management, and social impacts of climate change.

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