Muzna Duraid holds a bachelor’s degree in translation and languages, French section. Recently, she joined a Master program in conflict resolution and peace-building at Sherbrook University, Canada. She comes with experience in administration and project coordination where she was a project coordinator at Badael Foundation for Peace Building and Conflict Resolution, and worked for Folkekirkens Nødhjælp (Danish church Aid) with a particular focus on protection programs which included Mines’ Risk Education and Sexual and Gender-based Violence (SGBV). Furthermore, she joined and participated in professional training activities and volunteered in several organizations such as Women Refugees, Not Captives of War, and the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC).
Muzna is concerned about a diversity of issues and has been a member of the Syrian Feminist Lobby, the Syrian Women’s Network, co-founder at Syrians for Truth and Justice, and co-founder of Urnammu Justice and Human Rights, Likewise, she has joined a number of international activist exchange programs with particular emphasis on women organizing for change with Bosnian women and with such reputable organizations as WILPF, MADRE, the Foreign Commonwealth Office of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and UN Women.