Diplomacy, Conflict Resolution and Strategic Planning
Iriqat, Dalal, is assistant professor at the Arab American University Palestine AAUP and weekly columnist at AlQuds Newspaper since 2016. Iriqat was identified as a Young Global Leader-World Economic Forum YGL 2021. Dalal’s research focus on Diplomacy, Nation Branding, Palestinian State Building, Coercive Diplomacy, Public Diplomacy, Soft Power, Mediation and Conflict Resolution. Some of her essays - Public Diplomacy in the 21st Century, Diplomacy in the perspective of Peace Building, Limitations of Coercive Diplomacy, The Double Lockdown: Palestine under Occupation and COVID-19-.
She served as Vice President for International Relations at AAUP 2018-2022, Dalal also served as Senior Advisor on Strategic Communications at the PMO between 2017-18. She served as the Senior Policy Consultant for writing the Human Development Report UNDP for Palestine in 2015. Dalal taught at the Faculty of Law and Public Administration at Birzeit University between 2011-12. Dalal was elected President of the Diplomatic Academy of London Students’ Association in 2003. She was also a member of the students’ council at the University of Jordan in 2001. Dalal is passionate about bringing change into the Palestinian society through education and improving Palestinian Diplomacy and better brand Palestine.
Iriqat is a founding member Mediterranean Women Mediators Network MWMN, founding member for Palestine Experts for Education under Covid-19, Founding and Board member of the Policy and Conflict Resolution Studies Center PCRSC, board member of Lycée Franćais International of Ramallah, board member of Eco Peace Palestine and sits on the jury board of 3alArd initiative.
Dalal IRIQAT has a PhD in Public Administration from Paris I Sorbonne 2011, A Masters degree in Diplomatic Studies from Westminster University in London 2004 and a Bachelor of Political Science from the University of Jordan 2003 and she continues to learn.
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2021 Young Global Leaders / World Economic Forum
2003-2004, London UK - Westminster University Scholarship for Peace
2003, University of Jordan - Nabil Barakat Award for Excellence
1998, Villars, Switzerland - Novartis Corporation Award for Leadership