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Mouna Ghanem

Mouna Ghanem is a democratic activist who has written about the Syrian civil war and peace process for such media as The Guardian and The Independent. She previously served on the Women's Advisory Board to the UN. A medical doctor, with a master's degree obtained from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health before the civil war, she worked for international agencies that included UNFPA and Unifem (the precursor to UN Women)

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