Abdul-Dayyem, MariamSociology, Social Work and Gender
Born in Jerusalem, Mariam is a social activist, facilitator, and project manager. She has her BA in Chemistry from Birzeit University and a Master's degree in the Sociology of Education from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her topic of Master's degree is 'The folk models of shahids (martyrs) among Birzeit University students'. She worked as a research assistant on two projects. The first of these, namely, "Belonging to the Outsider and Established Groupings: Palestinians and Israelis in Various Figurations" was completed at the Centre of Methods in Social Sciences in Goettingten University in Germany. The second project was titled, "Palestinian Refugees of 1948" and was conducted at Institute of Historical Justice and Reconciliation in Holland.
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