20s and 30s

Peacebuilding in a Time of Crisis: Mohammad Darawshe's Story

Mar 14 2024, 7:30PM to 9:00PM in the Orenstein Mezzanine Hall.
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Mohammad Darawshe, Shalom Hartman Institute faculty member and Director of Planning, Equality and Shared Society at Givat Haviva Educational Center leads a discussion on this critical topic. He will draw upon his experiences to analyze the historical context and underlying dynamics of the current Israel-Hamas war and explore potential pathways for peacemaking between Jews and Arabs in Israel.

Following his presentation, join Mohammad Darawshe for a reception. Pre-registration is required for this portion of the evening. To register, click HERE


Mohammad Darawshe is a Shalom Hartman Institute faculty member and Director of Planning, Equality and Shared Society at Givat Haviva Educational Center. He previously served as Co-Director of The Abraham Fund Initiatives and as Elections Campaign Manager for the Democratic Arab Party and later The United Arab List. Mohammad Darawshe is considered a leading expert on Jewish-Arab relations and has presented lectures and papers at the European parliament, NATO Defense College, World Economic Forum, and Club de Madrid, US Congress, Herzliya Conference and Israel’s Presidential Conference. He was the recipient of the Peacemakers Award from the Catholic Theological Union, and the Peace and Security Award of the World Association of NGO’s, and was Leadership Fellow at the New Israel Fund. In 2008, Mohammad Darawshe was elected as a city council member in his hometown Iksal. In 2009 he served as a member of The National Committee which drafted Israel’s Coexistence Education policy.

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IPF Atid Toronto, Hillel Ontario, Beth Tzedec, and Holy Blossom Temple
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