נטע דגן, עו"ד

Neta Dagan

Director of Bizchut, The Israel Human Rights Center for People with Disabilities.

From Nir Zvi.

Previously, Ms. Dagan managed the human rights clinics at the College of Law and Business in Ramat Gan, headed the Clinic for Social Change, co-founded Itakh-Maaki and served on its first management committee, and headed the Advisory Committee to the Commission for Equal Rights of Persons with Disabilities in the Ministry of Justice.

Ms. Dagan holds a master’s degree in law from Tel Aviv University. Her thesis focused on participatory legislation. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in law from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

My training offered hope and optimism during tumultuous times. The sessions broadened my perspective on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the role of women in conflict resolution processes worldwide. They also provided tools and skills for participating in negotiations, and most importantly, bolstered my confidence in the place and role each of us can fulfill at the negotiation table. Meeting inspirational women committed to creating an egalitarian society, coupled with the open, empathic discourse within the group, reinforced my hope and belief in our power and role as women and social activists to engage in conversation, listen, devise creative solutions, and collaborate to bring about change.