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Promoting Peace through Dialogue - Jerusalem 2009

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Promoting Peace through Dialogue - Jerusalem 2009

Time: July 28, 2009 at 6pm to August 13, 2009 at 7pm
Location: Tantur Ecumenical Institute, Jerusalem
Website or Map: http://www.globalmajority.org
Phone: seminar@globalmajority.net
Event Type: training, seminar, &, public, forum
Organized By: Global Majority
Latest Activity: Jul 20, 2009

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Event Description

Study Tour of Israel and Palestinian Territories
July 28th-31st, 2009
-Gain in-depth understanding of Israeli/Palestinian perspectives.
-Meet NGOs working on the ground.

Conflict Resolution, Negotiation and Mediation Training Seminar
August 2nd-13th, 2009
-For Graduate and senior undergrad students and professionals; receive university credit and/or certificate.
-Gain practical training and experience in mediation, negotiation, and conflict resolution.
-Topics include Track I and Track II diplomacy. simulation exercises, Israeli and Palestinian perspectives, the role of U.S. 3rd parties, gender, race and the media in conflict resolution.
-Led by professors, trainers and experts from around the world.

Public Forum: Conflict Resolution with a focus on the Israel/Palestine Conflict
August 12, 2009
-For NGO's, students, diplomats, peace activists and professors.
-Discussion include: Prospects for peace in the new political environment; the role of the U.S. in ending/perpetuating the conflict; the role of civil society in the Israel/Palestine conflict.

This event is a secular course with no religious affiliation.

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Comment by Alexander on July 4, 2009 at 5:39pm
Conflict Resolution with a focus on the Israel/Palestine Conflict?
I find it rather incredible that you have used the words "Conflict Resolution" with "Israel/Palestine conflict" in the same sentence. The only thing that stops me from saying let them fight on is that there will be a continual flow of new recruits flowing into the region as long as the two sides are afflicted with this sickness called religious fundamentalism. From the earliest times man has dreamed of life after death and from that superstition arose religious belief. At one time people and even baby's were sacrificed to appease the god of the day.
All religious spiritual belief is relative to the observer. But convincing someone afflicted with the sickness of this is often difficult. They need to be isolated for a time and deprogrammed.
Comment by Eyal Raviv on June 9, 2009 at 11:00pm
Recommended!

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