Sana Knaneh is a Palestinian citizen of Israel, born in Tamra in the Western Galilee and currently based in London. Sana is very passionate about the politics of the Middle East in particular and international relations more broadly. She is a researcher at the Mitvim- The Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign policies, focusing on the role of the Palestinian citizens of Israel in foreign affairs. Sana is also a fully qualified pharmacist and holds a M.A. in International Relations from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, with a focus on security and diplomacy. Sana holds a second master’s degree, Executive MSc studies from the LSE, in International Strategy and Diplomacy. During her studies, she served as the Strategist and Spokesperson of the MENA society and the PR and Events coordinator at the Voices of Israel-Palestine society. Sana is a certified Seeds of Peace dialogue-groups and conflict resolution facilitator and has extensive experience as a facilitator for dialogue and conflict resolution groups, including the Ridgefield Group’s Shared Society vision document drafting process. Until recently, she served as the Development Director of the UK Friends of the Bereaved Families Forum and the Arab-Jewish Relations Israel Educator at the UJIA.