The SFP’s method is based on research, theory, evaluation and the development of best practices in the field of conflict resolution. The model has been studied by academics from Israel and abroad and hundreds of books and academic articles have been published about it. Staff from the SFP have trained and worked with groups in conflict all over the world including Northern Ireland, Cyprus, Kosovo, South Africa, and Costa Rica.
SOTL@UJ – Towards a Socially Just Pedagogy has published an article on the seminar presented in South Africa by SFP director Nava Sonnenschein. Ness Merckel, writing in the article, says: The discussion that ensued after the lecture raised important considerations … Continue reading
August 5, 2014: While in South Africa, SFP director Dr. Nava Sonnenschein had the opportunity to meet with Rev. Desmond Tutu and inform him about the work of the School for Peace. His response: ‘I really want you to know … Continue reading
Intergroup dynamic in the course “Us and Them: challenges and possibilities in intergroup relations” by Elinor Amit * Between the years 2012 and 2014 I was the instructor of the course “Us and Them: challenges and possibilities in intergroup relations” … Continue reading