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Israeli–Palestinian Conflict Summer Program in Nahalal, Israel

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Who: Conflict Resolution Students
What: Israeli – Palestinian Conflict Summer Program
When: July 7, 2010 – August 10, 2010
Where: Galilee International Management Institute in Nahalal, Israel

The Galilee International Management Institute has developed a summer program for students from around the world who are interested in the Middle East. The program focuses on the Israeli – Palestinian conflict, its roots, background and current situation.

The guiding objectives of the program are 1) present an overview of the history of the Land of Israel-Palestine, 2) acquaint students with the different ethnic and religious groups in the region, their way of life, beliefs, views and inter-relations, 3) present different perspectives and views regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and 4) deepen participants’ understanding of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and current issues.

The duration of the program is five weeks and it comprises 150 academic hours of lectures by Palestinian and Israeli academic and experts, offering their respective points of view. Tours to historical sites and Arab and Jewish settlements will offer the students additional first hand experience of the region.

The Galilee International Management Institute will also hold a joint Israeli-Palestinian Winter session from December 29, 2010 – January 10, 2011 for the following topic:  “Two Nations & Three Religions in Israel and Palestine.”

For more information, please visit the Galilee International Management Institute website at http://www.galilcol.ac.il/page.asp?id=3

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