Invitation to an international Online Course:

Study the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from a gender perspective through a new online seminar taught by Dr. Uki Maroshek-Klarman, Executive Director of the Adam Institute for Democracy and Peace

It is essential to develop women/non-binary’s singular voice on peacemaking & the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; its absence has led to the continued stymieing of peacemaking. This isn’t about replacing a war discourse with a peace discourse; it’s an alternative female/non-binary peace discourse.

JOIN US for an exploration of these topics:

  1. Are conflict resolution models offered by men relevant to women/non-binary?
  2. What fundamental issues of Israeli-Palestinian conflict are key: women/non-binary perspective?
  3. Is there a female/non-binary narrative of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? If so, what is it?
  4. What are the implications for women/non-binary in proposed solutions to the conflict? Do women/non-binary have other options?

The course will be taught using “Betzavta – Adam Institute’s facilitation method”, an internationally renowned experiential method that converts conflict into dilemmas. This map shows a partial list of organizations around the world that have used this approach. Testimonials are available here.

Course taught in English with Arabic translation possible

The course comprises 6 workshop sessions on the following days – 19:00-21:30 (Jerusalem time):
Wednesday 23.2.22 Wednesday 2.3.22 Wednesday 9.3.22 Wednesday 23.3.22 Monday 28.3.22 Wednesday 30.3.22