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Join Yachad on a Young Professionals delegation to Israel & the West Bank from the evening of the 11th to the 14th of November, 2017.
* Gain an in-depth understanding of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on the ground
* Meet Israelis and Palestinians from across the political spectrum
The Trip is open to ages 22-35
Cost £200, 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. If you feel that you can contribute more to the cost of the trip, please let us know.
We’re currently in the process of finalising all details for the trip, please check back later and email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.
Sample Itinerary (tbc):
Understanding Areas A, B & C: Visiting Hebron and neighbouring towns and settlements, you will meet with Israeli activists, local Palestinians, and Israeli settlers to learn about the many layers of occupation and conflict.
The Judicial System: Visit Ofer military court in the West Bank to learn about the complex realities of military law.
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.
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.
“Not only a thought-provoking, moving and surprisingly optimistic documentary, but an intimate, handmade artifact. ” Variety
Renowned Israeli director Amos Gitai (Rabin, the Last Day) returns to the Occupied Territories after more than three decades in this informative and moving documentary. A series of interviews with local residents (both Jewish settlers and Palestinians), journalists, activists and politicians (including Yitzhak Rabin, whom Gitai met in 1994) reveal a complex and nuanced reality. The often-conflicting voices reflect the impasse reached in the last few decades and especially since the assassination of Rabin. A film that is as timely and important as ever.
Nominated Cannes Film Festival 2017
N0minated Jerusalem Film Festival 2017
Sponsored by Yachad & New Israel Fund
Noa Landau in Conversation – 30/11/2017
Join Noa Landau in conversation in London on Thursday, 30th November. As Editor of Haaretz’s English edition, Noa is perfectly placed to provide insight on Israel’s volatile political climate, the changing nature of the Israeli-diaspora relationship, and the challenges of working at a newspaper known as Israel’s premier outlet for critical debate.
Noa Landau is the Editor of Haaretz’s English edition and formerly head of the Haaretz News department. Prior to Haaretz, Landau worked as a news reporter and editor at a variety of media outlets in Israel since 2001, including Galei-Tzahal, Channel 10 and Maariv. She was a 2016 Fellow at The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford.
The event will run from 19:30 to 21:00.
Tickets: £8 (£4 concessions)