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The Center For Human Emergence-Middle East was established to fulfill a need that goes beyond research and assessment of conflict to real solutions that fit the culture. Our focus is on what makes cultures evolve, change and emerge

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Latest Activity: May 14, 2009

Introduction to Spiral Dynamics in 30 min.

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foster change in the middle east.

Started by Neri Bar-On May 14, 2009. 0 Replies

Dr. Don Beck, an international consultant to government and business leaders and author of Spiral Dynamics, describes how spiral dynamics can facilitate communication and foster change in the middle…Continue

Tribal War in South Ossetia BY Keith E Rice

Started by Neri Bar-On Aug 17, 2008. 0 Replies

Tribal War in South Ossetia Posted by keith at 12:34 pm, August 15th 2008. As the Russian-Georgian conflict in South Ossetia inches towards a volatile, dangerous and perhaps quite short-lived peace,…Continue

Spring Update on CHE Mideast Activities

Started by Neri Bar-On Mar 30, 2008. 0 Replies

Dear Friends,Here is an update about some of the CHE (Center for Human Emergence) events taking place in the Middle East that offer hope for a fresh start. To understand how I can parade the word…Continue

Center for Human Emergence Network by Dr. Don Beck

Started by Neri Bar-On Oct 25, 2007. 0 Replies

“The Center for Human Emergence will help facilitate the conscious emergence of the human species using a synthesis of profound breakthroughs in human knowledge and capabilities, encompassing natural…Continue

A new prespective for Palestine.

Started by Neri Bar-On Oct 2, 2007. 0 Replies

In the comming Issue of WIE the focus is on "Envisioning the Future of ecology politics & consciousness" Igal Moria and Elizabeth Debold presenting how Elza Maalouf and Don Beck bringing the…Continue

Tags: spiral dynamics, build palestine, middle east, change, fatah 21

The Center For Human Emergence

Started by Neri Bar-On Sep 25, 2007. 0 Replies

The Center For Human Emergence-Middle East was established to fulfill a need that we have identified through our decades of work in the region, one that goes beyond research and assessment of…Continue

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Comment by Neri Bar-On on August 5, 2008 at 8:30pm
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August's Big Talk question.
Comment by Neri Bar-On on August 5, 2008 at 7:37pm

Close to 700 Palestinians came together earlier this month in Bethlehem, the West Bank “city of new beginnings” in Palestine, to plan their own future.

Sponsored by The Center for Human Emergence Middle East, the event inaugurated the “Palestine 21” project which aims to empower Palestinian citizens to design their own state.

The convention was organized by Palestinian leaders inspired by the geopolitical work of Dr. Don Beck, the American founder of the Global Center for Human Emergence (CHE).

"For the political ‘Road Map’ involving Israel and Palestine to be successful, the ‘Palestinian Development Map’ must first be implemented,” Dr. Beck said at the event.

Palestinian participants traveled by bus from Jericho, Qalqyliah, Tulkarm , Hebron, Ramallah, Nablus and Jerusalem, spending long hours at checkpoints throughout the West Bank.

Elza Maalouf , the Arab-American CEO of CHE Middle East, opened the event, saying “’Palestine 21’ fits within our overall plan to support human and societal emergence in our region, and Palestinians, together with other Arabs, will lead the way.

“It is an honor and a deep source of happiness for me to partner in the Middle East with Dr. Beck, a world-renowned expert on human and societal emergence, “ Ms. Maalouf added. “His work was field-tested during the South African transition from Apartheid and will greatly benefit the transition to nationhood in Palestine.”

Nafiz Rifaee, the Palestinian leader who designed and organized the event with the help of a team of dedicated men and women, urged the audience to focus on the future of their children and the future of Palestine. “This all started when Dr. Beck asked us how were we going to spend the seven billion dollars coming from donor countries. Do we have a sustainable plan for development? Or will the financial aid follow the usual channels?” Mr. Rifaee recalled.

The walls of the convention room at the Shepherd Hotel in Bethlehem were plastered with large sheets of paper filled with the people’s personal ideas and aspirations for their beloved Palestine. Recommendations included the design of a First World public school system, world-class universities, an eco-sensitive transportation plan, universal health care, and representative government.

The full list of suggestions is being compiled in a booklet which will be presented to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, Prime Minister Salam Fayyad, President George W. Bush, Special Envoy to the Middle East Tony Blair, and the United Nations.

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