The School for Peace is excited and proud to have welcomed a new member to our staff this month- Ameer Fakhoury, who will serve as Director of the School for Peace’s Research Center. Ameer Fakhoury is a lawyer and a …
On June 28, 2017, the School for Peace held a symposium under the title “Is the Two-State Solution Still Viable?”. The conference was initiated by Prof. Ed Witten of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, USA, who suggested that …
Last February a youth encounter took place between at Givat Brenner and Orthodox Nazareth high schools. Here’s a full report, including quotes from participants.
We share the same ideas. The most important thing in your work is that you do here you dig deep to find the roots of bad of aggressiveness and uproot the hatred.”
Avi Dabush who just graduated from our first Up-and-Coming Politicians course writes about his experience and conclusions.
The speech Eli Bitan, participant in our politicians’ course, gave at the Tel Aviv peace rally
Nava spoke about the Up-and-Coming Politicians course which the SFP runs together with Inmaa Palestinian Center
We have opened the third course for Change Agent from Mixed Cities in Israel
Participants met at the Arab Center for Alternative Planning in Eilaboun to hear a lecture from Dr. Hanna Sweid.
In an evening attended by 40 people, Dr. Darweish spoke about his research on 45 dialogue organizations.