Dahlia Scheindlin is an international political and strategic consultant whose expertise is public opinion research; she recently completed a PhD at Tel Aviv University in comparative politics.
Scheindlin is based in Tel Aviv, where she moved from New York City in 1997; she has developed research-based strategy for electoral, social, and corporate campaigns in more than a dozen countries.
Scheindlin has advised political campaigns on public opinion and strategy since 1999, including four national campaigns in Israel, political and other public affairs campaigns in Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Austria, Italy, Serbia, the US, Cyprus and Greece.
She also works extensively on issues of conflict resolution and human rights; she has conducted research for the government during the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations at Camp David negotiations in 2000 and currently conducts research and advises a number of peace and human rights groups in Israel.
She is one of the founding members, writers and editors at +972 Magazine, an independent collective of journalists and bloggers covering Israel and Palestine from the region. In the fall of 2013, she was a fellow at Columbia University’s Institute for the Study of Human Rights.