This book presents an overview of psycho-social research on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, presents and analyzes people-to-people activities in the region, and offers new conceptualizations for Israeli-Palestinian co-creation of a grassroots peace and social justice processes.
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan US|
|Edition description:||1st ed. 2011|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x (d)|
About the Author
JULIA CHAITINSenior Lecturer in the Department of Social Work, at Sapir Academic College, Israel.
Table of ContentsForeword; E.Sarraj Introduction: Personal and Historical-Political Background to the Book Psycho-social Factors Connected to the Arab-Jewish/Israeli-Palestinian Conflict 'How Can We Speak to One Another?': Dialogue Between Jews and Palestinians on the Path to Peace and Social Change Advancing Science Together: Undertaking Joint Research in the Israeli-Palestinian Context Political and Peace Tourism in the Holy Land Joint Ventures for Peace: Women and Sustainable Human Development in the Israeli-Palestinian Context Co-creating Peace When You Can't Meet: The Case of Gaza and the Sderot Region It Can Only Be Done if We Do it Together: Promising Directions For Co-creation of a Just Peace in the Israeli-Palestinian Context