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Anat-1Anat Cabili was a research coordinator at the Center in 2013-14. Anat is a mediator, attorney, consultant and instructor on collaborative governance and public participation. She recently returned from the US with her family, after living there for six years. She was a Visiting Researcher at the MIT-Harvard Program on Public Disputes during 2007, and a member of the Harvard Mediation Program in 2007-2008. During 2008-2012 she co-led Creighton University’s Public Issues Collaboration Program which mission was to raise awareness and increase the use of collaborative governance and alternative dispute resolution processes in Nebraska and its neighboring states. She was also an instructor at the Werner Institute for Dispute Resolution at Creighton University. Before moving to the US she served as a Senior Legal and Policy Advisor to the Director General of the Israeli Ministry of Justice, where she coordinated and supervised various high-scale legal and policy projects, among them the drafting of the Law on the Implementation of the Disengagement from Gaza.