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Muzna Dureid is originally from Syria and currently lives in Canada. She studied Language and Conflict Resolution. As a Coordinator of Health Programs for Syrian refugees with Centre Social D’aide Aux Immigrants, she is responsible for working on advocacy, planning, and project management. Dureid participated in the first new feminist political movement in her country, and was nominated as a member of the Groupe de Trente Leaders of Montreal by the Ministry of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion; and invited to participate in the consultations of Canada’s National Action Plan on Women, Peace, and Security from 2017-2022. Additionally, she is also the Founder and Coordinator of Women Refugees not Captives, a campaign that aims to end the practice of forced child marriage of Syrian women and girls in refugee camps. She is also a Liaison Officer with The White Helmets.