Yaël Mizrahi-Arnaud is currently pursuing a master’s degree in conflict management and Middle East studies at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. Prior to which, Yaël lived in Israel where she worked for the Peres Center for Peace, implementing cross-border reconciliation and peace building projects between Palestinian and Israeli civil society leaders. She has conducted research in Israel, the West Bank, and Iraq, on creative conflict management solutions to land disputes, and the effects of conflict on identity dynamics. She recently returned from six weeks in Iraqi Kurdistan, where she was volunteering with a Kurdish NGO, working with displaced Iraqis and Syrian refugees.

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The Evolution of Displacement: A Jew in Iraqi Kurdistan