Said Bahajin is the Director of the Arab Nations DEEP Node. He is also the President of Creators without Borders Association and a researcher in UNESCO Chair of philosophy for Peace, in Jaume I University in Spain where he received his Masters and Doctorate in Peace, Conflict, and Development Studies. His PhD thesis, entitled United Nations Alliance of Civilizations and the Peaceful Transformation of Conflict between Muslim and Western Societies, has been praised for its sophisticated analysis and its significant contribution to peace philosophy. Beginning his career as an educationist in a primary school in Morocco from 1997 to 2011, Said is now an experienced coordinator of numerous International Peace Education Projects, and a collaborator in several different networks and programs, including the Young Leaders Visitors Program in Sweden, UN Alliance of Civilizations Fellowship Program, Peace Master Castellon Network, and the Power of Peace Network supported by the UNESCO. He is also regular contributor to La Chronique de Tanger newspaper and he published articles in Spanish in common books as “The Latin American’s model to the integration of Arab immigrants,” published by Autonoma University in Mexico and ” The imperfect integration for those who come and who are living in Spain ” published by Jaume I University in Spain, He has also published a series of articles in Arabic and Spanish in some Moroccan and international newspapers, most of which can be found in his blog www.saidbahajin.blogspot.com. Said won the Castellon Intercultural Journalist Prize in 2009 and, together with Dr Gloria María Abarca Obregón, he was the 2009 recipient of the prestigious Castellon Peace Prize.