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Sana Ibn Bari


Sana Ibn Bari joined ACRI’s Arab Minority Rights Unit in November 2014, and is responsible for the rights of the Naqab- Negev Arab Bedouin in the Unit. She has taught at the legal feminism clinic at Haifa University, where she also obtained her Master’s in Law in 2013. She obtained her LLB from the Academic Center of Law & Business in Ramat Gan in 2009. Ms. Ibn Bari has participated in several delegations to the U.N., representing the Negev Arab Bedouin community in several United Nations forums, such as the U.N. Permanent Forum for Indigenous Issues and the U.N. Committee on Elimination of Discrimination against Women. Additionally, in 2013 she participated in a conference at the European Parliament dealing with the Prawer Begin Plan. Ms. Ibn Bari’s main fields of work focus primarily on the specific problems confronting the Naqab-Negev, as well as on women’s issues within the Arab Bedouin community.