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Lian Najami

My name is Lian Najami, I hold a B.A. in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Haifa and Jacobs University. In addition to working as a TA at the International Relations department, I am also involved in research with the department of Public Policy, Public Administration and International Relations. My inspiration to pursue a career in International Affairs was sparked through experiences such as my time spent with Keren Shenhar, head of the International Affairs desk at the "Leo Beack Educational Center", where I had the pleasure and honour of meeting diplomats delegations and international journalists and deliver speeches to them regarding my social projects and life in Israel as an Arab Israeli. Later on, I became an international public speaker, with tours in Germany, the UK and USA, in which I discuss the image of Israel in the International Media and raise awareness to minority issues in the Middle East.
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5 Ways to Stop Being Frustrated by Your Limitations

Hi, hello there! Have you ever watched the movie “Kill Bill 2”? Do you remember the scene in which Beatrix Kiddo desperately tries to wiggle her toes? Well, that is kind of what I go through… EVERY. SINGLE. MORNING!! As I mentioned in my last post, I have a chronic illness in my peripheral nerve system and it has affected my muscles too. Physically speaking, I do have some limitations; I can’t ...
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Spoonie Stories: Coming to Terms With Your Disability

February 22, 2015 | Lian Najami: Haifa, Israel It all started eight years ago; I was running on the track when I was no longer able to lift my knees high enough. I couldn’t understand what was wrong with me, what had happened to my body, or why, all of the sudden, I started losing my balance. I scheduled a meeting with a doctor, more specifically, a neurologist. He admitted me to the hospital, a ...
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