About the course
This programme is delivered in Israel by representatives of different Israeli and Palestinian groups, adding another layer of engagement with the core issues of the region’s current reality as it is lived. One of the primary objectives is to enable participants interested in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict a fresh way of seeing it. We seek for comprehension to be obtained by personal experience based on direct discussions and meetings with diverse people in their own environment. The emphasis is on considering ways the peace process may be advanced. The programme is open to all professionals, students and faculty members who are interested in the subject.
- Israeli Society: Sociological Structure, Trends and Prospects
- Long-Term Disputes and Prospects for a Final Peace Agreement
- Redemptive Jewish Nationalism and the Realisation of the State of Israel
- The Palestinian Refugee Question
- The Arab/Palestinian Citizens of Israel
- Core Issues of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
- Religion and Democracy in Israel - Friends or Foes?
- Elections, Political Parties and the Security Agenda
- Palestinian Perspective on the Peace Process
- Hamas against Fatah- the Internal Palestinian Struggle
- Socio-Psychological Aspects of the Israeli-Arab / Palestinian Conflict
- Oslo Accord - Perspective from an Insider’s View
- Two Complementary Views on Making Peace
Dr. Maha El-Taji Daghash Ph.D. Interdisciplinary Program in Near and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Washington LL. M. International Human Rights Law, Center for Civil and Human Rights, Notre Dame University J.D. Seattle University School of Law B.A. Business Administration, University of...
Ms. Husseini is the managing Partner at the Law Firm of Husseini and Husseini. Under her management, the Firm serves a large domestic and international client base on a wide range of business matters. Prior to returning to Palestine in 1994, she practiced law in Washington, DC. Ms. Husseini ch...
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