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HALPÉRIN, Daniel S. (edit.)
To Live Together: shaping new attitudes to peace through education

 

Introduction, by Daniel S. Halpérin

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A psycho-political perspective on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

 

 

Introduction, by Timothy W. Harding

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The Israeli point of view, by Ephraim Sneh

10

 

The Palestinian point of view, by Jamal Al-Shobaki

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II.

Can we work together?

 

 

Prospects and problems for mobilizing civil society in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, by Edy Kaufman

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A sociologist's views on Palestinian-Israeli co-operation, by Bernard Sabella

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III.

In the shadow of war

 

 

The effect of the conflict on Israeli and Palestinian children, by Zahava Solomon

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Palestinian refugees during the 1948 war as reflected in Israeli and Palestinian history and civics textbooks, by Ruth Firer and Sami Adwan 

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IV.

Past and current Palestinian educational efforts to promote co-existence and tolerance

 

 

The Gesher newspaper and other initiatives by Itaf Arafat Abu Zayyad

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The Palestinian Peace Information Centre by Nadia Nasser-Najjab

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V.

A decade of structured educational encounters between Jews and Arabs in Israel, by Ifat Klang-Ma'oz

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VI.

Recent research and intervention activities in the Palestinian- Israeli context: an overview, by Dan Bar-On, Shifra Sagy, EliaAwwad and Michal Zak

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VII.

Identity reconstruction of young Palestinians, Israeli Palestinians and Israeli Jews in the light of the peace process, by EliaAwwad

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VIII.

Initiatives for peace education The Neve Shalom/Wahat al-Salam School for Peace,by Michal Zak

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'Care and learning': a Palestinian-Israeli popular education programme for pupils at the time of the Intifada,by Ali Habayeb

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Education towards peace and co-existence at the Jewish-Arab Centre for Peace in Givat Haviva, by Sarah Ozacky-Lazar

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The Palestinian-Israeli co-education experience at a teachers college and its impact on encounters between Israeli Palestinian and Israeli Jewish kindergarten children,by Hadara Keich and Muhammad Hourani

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The involvement ofTalitha Kumi School in education for peace, by Wilhelm Goller

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Gan Hashalom/Raoud al-Salam: a multiconfessional, bilingual kindergarten in Jerusalem, by Daphna Ginzburg

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Teaching peace and democracy in a West Bank Palestinian school, by Hussein Ibrahim Issa

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IX.

A peace education project for Israeli, Palestinian and Jordanian school pupils using newly-designed curricula, by Marwan Darweish and Nedal Jayousi

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X.

International perspectives

 

 

Scouting is education of peace, by Fayeq Tahboub

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Teaching respect for dignity: the contribution of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement,by Edith Baeriswyl

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XI.

Guidelines for project proposals on peace education, by Lya Kremer-Hayon

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XII.

Key questions needing answers: from confusion to focus, by Gavriel Salomon

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XIII.

Priority objectives and interventions

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XIV.

Ideas for research and action

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APPENDICES 'To live together': a project for evaluating a programme of peace education for Palestinian and Israeli children, by Daniel S. Halpérin

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Workshop participants 

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III.

Behind and beside the 'To live together' Project

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IV.

Profiles of sponsors

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