Featured Videos - mepeace.org 2017-08-16T13:19:09Z http://mepeace.org/video/video/rss?xn_auth=no&featured=1 The Peace Café - June 1, 2008 - demo tag:mepeace.org,2008-07-01:661876:Video:68842 2008-07-01T12:08:07.430Z Constantin Grossman http://mepeace.org/profile/ConstantinGrossman <a href="http://mepeace.org/video/the-peace-cafe"><br /> <img src="http://api.ning.com/files/3dyNzMcWCDmkwBpv*84P037FG06BTscaX5O-yglm6gErf8ll5YmlWgfnOQ6as9bS64AjrHGFfBDKPDP7yTTHHuHx2X44MDnD/tmp52366.png?width=240&amp;height=159" width="240" height="159" alt="Thumbnail" /><br /> </a><br />MEPEACE's first ever Peace Café - June 1, 2008 - demo <a href="http://mepeace.org/video/the-peace-cafe"><br /> <img src="http://api.ning.com/files/3dyNzMcWCDmkwBpv*84P037FG06BTscaX5O-yglm6gErf8ll5YmlWgfnOQ6as9bS64AjrHGFfBDKPDP7yTTHHuHx2X44MDnD/tmp52366.png?width=240&amp;height=159" width="240" height="159" alt="Thumbnail" /><br /> </a><br />MEPEACE's first ever Peace Café - June 1, 2008 - demo MEPEACE Dinner Video - NTDTV tag:mepeace.org,2009-10-09:661876:Video:371250 2009-10-09T05:49:27.608Z Eyal Raviv http://mepeace.org/profile/eyal <a href="http://mepeace.org/video/mepeace-dinner-video-ntdtv"><br /> <img alt="Thumbnail" height="180" src="http://api.ning.com/files/5WX-bNXGoQuq*aAbtoQdKdZMR7HvMMgCq05HvpmIezSwUFtiQroHvumsBcXSedzvRps9Cv*VzCUt-DV7f2cTv81rFlS6gVnU/tmp185919.png?width=240&amp;height=180" width="240"></img><br /> </a> <br></br>Fantastic media coverage of the MEPEACE Iftar/Shabbat dinner on September 11, by the professionals of NTD. Thank you to Anat, Aviva and Monica of NTDTV and to our organizers, participants and supporters. You are making peace… <a href="http://mepeace.org/video/mepeace-dinner-video-ntdtv"><br /> <img src="http://api.ning.com/files/5WX-bNXGoQuq*aAbtoQdKdZMR7HvMMgCq05HvpmIezSwUFtiQroHvumsBcXSedzvRps9Cv*VzCUt-DV7f2cTv81rFlS6gVnU/tmp185919.png?width=240&amp;height=180" width="240" height="180" alt="Thumbnail" /><br /> </a><br />Fantastic media coverage of the MEPEACE Iftar/Shabbat dinner on September 11, by the professionals of NTD. Thank you to Anat, Aviva and Monica of NTDTV and to our organizers, participants and supporters. You are making peace happen. Peace Café - June 1, 2008 - promo tag:mepeace.org,2008-07-01:661876:Video:68814 2008-07-01T11:05:37.539Z Constantin Grossman http://mepeace.org/profile/ConstantinGrossman <a href="http://mepeace.org/video/661876:Video:68814"><br /> <img src="http://api.ning.com/files/YGqbcc1A8O5DysPorlm7CVC4dHHwATuqR6HiuuB8Bsz4p12kP6wjYqwcdN8RE7l4DLifX7zyXC6o1yc1mRvbJZuSH4ttBvTo/tmp22594.png?width=240&amp;height=159" width="240" height="159" alt="Thumbnail" /><br /> </a> <a href="http://mepeace.org/video/661876:Video:68814"><br /> <img src="http://api.ning.com/files/YGqbcc1A8O5DysPorlm7CVC4dHHwATuqR6HiuuB8Bsz4p12kP6wjYqwcdN8RE7l4DLifX7zyXC6o1yc1mRvbJZuSH4ttBvTo/tmp22594.png?width=240&amp;height=159" width="240" height="159" alt="Thumbnail" /><br /> </a> Nigeria Interfaith Dialogue - 2010 - Morning Circle (10 min) tag:mepeace.org,2010-11-27:661876:Video:542920 2010-11-27T18:36:21.610Z Libby and Len Traubman http://mepeace.org/profile/LibbyandLenTraubman <a href="http://mepeace.org/video/nigeria-interfaith-dialogue"><br /> <img alt="Thumbnail" height="180" src="http://api.ning.com/files/*7yxw9MTijHkhJahm-yVxTi6awdoWR2s91eYYvrdJy0EwTADwchI6wRHmmw0QeGs1Wmuz0dV9lj5NOXYr4dIN5bOlCGri51W/847762303.jpeg?width=240&amp;height=180" width="240"></img><br /> </a> <br></br>This morning circle welcomed participants into a safe place, preceding a variety of in-depth, face-to-face Dialogue experiences. The Muslims and Christians discovered their equal, shared humanity and that "an enemy is one whose story we have not heard. It was part of the 2nd International Conference on Youth and Interfaith Communication during October 22-24, 2010 in Jos, Plateau State,… <a href="http://mepeace.org/video/nigeria-interfaith-dialogue"><br /> <img src="http://api.ning.com/files/*7yxw9MTijHkhJahm-yVxTi6awdoWR2s91eYYvrdJy0EwTADwchI6wRHmmw0QeGs1Wmuz0dV9lj5NOXYr4dIN5bOlCGri51W/847762303.jpeg?width=240&amp;height=180" width="240" height="180" alt="Thumbnail" /><br /> </a><br />This morning circle welcomed participants into a safe place, preceding a variety of in-depth, face-to-face Dialogue experiences. The Muslims and Christians discovered their equal, shared humanity and that "an enemy is one whose story we have not heard. It was part of the 2nd International Conference on Youth and Interfaith Communication during October 22-24, 2010 in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. "Building Bridges Through Interfaith Dialogue and Youth Participation" was the theme for 200 diverse young women and men in face-to-face workshops that provided tools for successful communicaiton across old lines of fear and separation. It was initiated by the NEW ERA EDUCATIONAL AND CHARITABLE SUPPORT FOUNDATION of Jos, Nigeria, with facilitation by travelers from the co-sponsor 18-year-old JEWISH-PALESTINIAN LIVING ROOM DIALOGUE GROUP of San Mateo, California, USA. The African young adults returned home with new tools of Dialogue and it new quality of listening-to-learn. The hope was to unleash unprecedented cooperation and creativity needed to build successful, sustainable families, communities, and nations. More information is on the Web at <a href="http://www.youthinterfaithconference.org">http://www.youthinterfaithconference.org</a> and <a href="http://traubman.igc.org/nigeria2010.htm">http://traubman.igc.org/nigeria2010.htm</a> Speech to NATO's Young Atlanticist Summit tag:mepeace.org,2010-11-21:661876:Video:541259 2010-11-21T11:58:46.215Z Eyal Raviv http://mepeace.org/profile/eyal <a href="http://mepeace.org/video/speech-to-natos-young"><br /> <img alt="Thumbnail" height="180" src="http://api.ning.com/files/qI4DHfNbzvaT0pcvTygeaZs7FSv96wW-T3yi7H7lv6nCjOXDSrZqNxsYB5El7JjOcv4TOyz4E7Qx66yB-MH5iz3UWtvVG4vS/830912366.jpeg?width=240&amp;height=180" width="240"></img><br /> </a> <br></br>Lisbon, Portugal – This is the presentation I made to young leaders on the sidelines of the NATO Summit. The event connected young leaders with one another and with Alliance leaders to discuss NATO’s strategic concept and other pressing issues facing the Alliance. I explored how NATO and can support peace and how we can help.<p></p> I presented the: “Who, what, why, where, when and how of NATO and… <a href="http://mepeace.org/video/speech-to-natos-young"><br /> <img src="http://api.ning.com/files/qI4DHfNbzvaT0pcvTygeaZs7FSv96wW-T3yi7H7lv6nCjOXDSrZqNxsYB5El7JjOcv4TOyz4E7Qx66yB-MH5iz3UWtvVG4vS/830912366.jpeg?width=240&amp;height=180" width="240" height="180" alt="Thumbnail" /><br /> </a><br />Lisbon, Portugal – This is the presentation I made to young leaders on the sidelines of the NATO Summit. The event connected young leaders with one another and with Alliance leaders to discuss NATO’s strategic concept and other pressing issues facing the Alliance. I explored how NATO and can support peace and how we can help.<p></p> I presented the: “Who, what, why, where, when and how of NATO and the Middle East” on Thursday, November 18, 2010 as part of an expert panel discussion titled: “NATO Operations in Afghanistan and the Wider Middle East: What is the Future?” I served as a panelist along with: General Walter Gaskin, Karl-Heinz Kamp and Ryan Gawn. I made the case that with new media we are the media. We are the leaders we have been waiting for.<p></p> On Friday, NATO’s Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, presented his new Strategic Concept for NATO. The new concept reconfirms the bond between nations to defend one another, commits the Alliance to prevent crises and offers partners around the globe more political engagement. It commits NATO to the goals of continuous reform, a Europe at peace, and a world without nuclear weapons.<p></p> I jumped to ask the first question at the Q&amp;A. I introduced myself and said: “I represent MEPEACE - networking Palestinians, Israelis and Internationals for Middle East peace. We need your help. What are your thoughts? Specifically, can we expect you to help - support peace in the Middle East?!<p></p> Rasmussen’s response made news as he explained that Middle East leaders will to reach agreement first, see (in Portugese): <a href="http://jornal.publico.pt/noticia/20-11-2010/perguntas-dificeis-dos-jovens-que-nao-vieram-fazer-turismo-20659599.htm">http://jornal.publico.pt/noticia/20-11-2010/perguntas-dificeis-dos-jovens-que-nao-vieram-fazer-turismo-20659599.htm</a>.<br /> <br /> United States President Barack Obama waved to me from his motorcade as he arrived at the Summit on Saturday morning, November 20. Along with other young leaders waiting for a glimpse of the US leader, I stood ten feet from the President. We had seen Angela Merkel of Germany, Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan and other leaders. Obama came across most cheerful, relaxed and confident - he smiled as he waved.<br /> <br /> I met United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon before he spoke to the young leaders that afternoon. The Secretary General heard I am from Tel Aviv and said: “Shalom Shalom”. Ban Ki Moon, serene, effective and inspiring, encouraged us to have “global vision” and go beyond our boundaries. His appeal:“Think about how we can make this world a better place for all!” The conference closed with Socrates, the Portugese Prime Minister, who shared his happiness.<br /> <br /> Thank you to all who enabled me to explore what is possible for peace through NATO Alliance. Thanks to David Kirk for accepting me and inviting me to speak, to Caroline Brodbeck for enabling me to share the presentation with others, to the Portugese who volunteered and hosted us beautifully, and to all my new friends: thank you.<br /> <br /> If you’ve read until here, you can find out more: <a href="http://www.mepeace.org/page/about-us">http://www.mepeace.org/page/about-us</a><br/>Learn about MEPEACE Awards: <a href="http://www.mepeace.org/events/mepeace-awards-event-dec-31">http://www.mepeace.org/events/mepeace-awards-event-dec-31</a><br/>Support us: <a href="http://www.mepeace.org/page/support-mepeace">http://www.mepeace.org/page/support-mepeace</a><br/><br/>Feel free to contact me directly.<p></p> Eyal Raviv<br/> +972-52-688-2828<br /> Email: <a href="mailto:eyal@mepeace.org">eyal@mepeace.org</a><p></p> PS. Your feedback is welcome.<p></p> <br/>