Join Yachad for our annual student trip to Israel and the West Bank.
* Gain an in-depth understanding of the Israel-Palestine conflict
* Meet Israelis and Palestinians from across the political spectrum
* Engage with fellow students in discussion and debate.
COST: £130 for all food, accommodation and transport during the trip, including a transfer to the airport on the final day. Participants must pay for their own flights and travel insurance.
This trip is heavily subsided, and a limited number of bursaries are available.
DATES: The evening of Saturday 9th September (after Shabbat) – Thursday 14th September 2016
APPLY FOR YACHAD STUDENT TRIP HERE: https://goo.gl/forms/
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A Day in the South: Meet Israelis living in communities on the Gaza border, learn about inspirational projects in the region and Skype into Gaza.
The Judicial System & Non-Violent Activism: Visit Ofer military court in the West Bank to learn about the complex realities of military law. Meet Palestinians who are passionate about non-violent activism and hear how they are encouraging young people to peacefully campaign against the occupation.
Jerusalem Under a Lens: Building permits, civil unrest, coexistence, residency, and the peace process; Jerusalem is one of the core issues at the heart of the conflict. Spend a day with Israelis and Palestinians working to improve life for those who call the city their home.