Best Plans for a Peaceful Israel/Palestine
Are there plans that the majority of Palestinians and Israelis would prefer over the present situation? Help us evolve such plans!
Monday, December 26, 2011 12:00-16:00
Ariel University Center
The Best Plans project (www.thebestplans.org) works on evolving specific plans that the majority of Israelis and Palestinians can come to support in a stable and wellconsidered manner. 20 innovative plans (based on two states, one state, and various power-sharing principles) were presented in our first event, held on November 28’th in
Jerusalem and attended by 200 Israelis and Palestinians. 5 plans were preferred by the 37 Israelis and 5 Palestinians who evaluated them over continuing the present conflict
Our goal is to establish large representative statistical samples that would work in our web site to evaluate plans and provide feedback so that each plan can evolve to become the best it can be in terms of mutual well-considered support.
We invite Israelis and Palestinians across the entire spectrum of political opinions, regardless of which “peace”, if at all, they think is desirable and achievable, as well as
representatives of governments, NGO’s, political parties, research institutes and think tanks to join us for an interesting and exciting event where 6 plans will be presented to the constructive evaluation of all attending Israelis & Palestinians.
To participate over the Internet, register as “mini public” in www.thebestplans.org.
Each plan will have up to 8 minutes to present a concrete & mutually attractive visin and a clear & realistic path leading to it from the present situation. 12 minutes will be devoted to questions and to a written evaluation by the Israeli and Palestinian audience.
For further details please contact:
Doron Tzur - Co-Chair Person
The Best Plans Project for Peaceful Israel/Palestine (TheBestPlans.org)