Dina Liberman was born in 1914 in Ostrava, Czechoslovakia to a Zionist home. The date and place of her death are unknown. She was an active member of the Blau-Weiß and the Maccabi Zionist youth movements and married around 1939. Miriam originally studied classical studies in Krakow, and later studied English and social work in Oxford, as well as economics and political science at the London School of Economics. Until 1946, Dina worked in England as a social worker for Jewish refugees. From 1947 through 1949, she worked as a social worker in Czechoslovakia. In 1949, Dina immigrated to Palestine, leaving for a period in the 1960s to continue her studies in Chicago. Upon her return, in 1950, she worked in ma'abarot or immigrant refugee camps in the Ramat Gan area. In the 1960s, Dina taught in and led the Tel Aviv School of Social Work under the supervision of Bella Schlesinger. Between 1963 and1967, she directed the Paul Baerwald School of Social Work in Jerusalem. During the 1970s, Dina devoted her time to conducting research in the field of social work.
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