After the Trump administration made a mockery of Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts, came the Biden administration with a policy that does not presume to relaunch a peace process but rather keep the path open to future negotiations. Two veterans of Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts say Biden is missing an opportunity and must change course.
This episode is a recording of an APN July 20th webinar with Gidon Bromberg, the Israeli Director of EcoPeace Middle East. EcoPeace is a regional organization that brings together Jordanian, Palestinian and Israeli environmentalists to promote sustainable development and advance peace efforts in the Middle East. Bromberg spoke about his organization's new report, A Green New Deal for the Middle East.
Bromberg used a PowerPoint presentation to illustrate his talk. Please view the presentation here.
This episode is the audio of a July 8th 2021 APN Webinar. Leading Palestinian political pollster and political analyst Khalil Shikaki analyzes Palestinian public opinion as the events of this summer cause a major shift in the Palestinian public endorsing Hamas' leadership and turn away from the PLO, Fatah and President Abbas.
Dr. Khalil Shikaki heads the Ramallah-based Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research. He has taught political science in the West Bank and at several American universities and is considered the most trusted pollster in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
His latest poll, referred to in the talk, can be found here.
Adi Granot is the research project manager of Zulat, an Israeli think tank that focuses on equality and human rights. Her recently published report addresses the status of Palestinian women in East Jerusalem.
To read the report: https://en.zulat.org.il/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Jerusalem-from-a-Gender-Perspective-ENG-June-2021.pdf
Anti-occupation protest song by Adi: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1947475238618169
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