Events

Sign up to participate in IPCRI's events! IPCRI currently has two events open to the public. If you are interested in taking a tour through major cities in the West Bank, check out our "Breaking Down Walls" tours and if you are interested in lectures and discussions with leading experts in Israel and Palestine, sign up for our "Afternoons with IPCRI" events.

Afternoons with IPCRI

IPCRI organizes monthly public events where experts discuss issues about the conflict with Israeli and Palestinian audience. These meetings are free and open to the public. Most meetings are held in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa. Please check below for more information about each meeting's topic.

 

Upcoming Events:

Past Events:

“A Final Status Agreement: Possibilities & Challenges" on March 3rd, 17:00–19:00 Tel Aviv University (Bar Shira Hall).

The Evens and International Program in Mediation and Conflict Resolution at Tel Aviv University, The Palestinian Committee for Interaction with the Israeli Society, and Israel-Palestine: Creative Regional Initiatives (IPCRI) are honored to invite you to public discussion on:"Final Status Agreement: Possibilities & Challenges." Opening remarks will be made by: Ms. Riman Barakat, IPCRI Co-Director; Honorable Ambassador Wolfgang Amadeus Bruelhart, Assistant State Secretary, Head of the Middle East and North Africa Division, Swiss Foreign Ministry. Panelists will include Dr. Nabil Shaath, former Palestinian chief negotiator and member of Fatah Central Committee in charge of external relations and Dan Meridor, former Israeli Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Intelligence. Professor Ephraim (Eppie) Ya’ar will be the moderator. This event is made possible with the generous support of The Government of Switzerland.

December 15, 15:00-19:30: Symposium: Between Separation and Partnership - Complementary and Alternative Models for a Final Status Agreement Between Israel and Palestinians. Hosted by IPCRI, The Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research at Tel Aviv University, the Peace NGO Forum and Heinirch Boll Stiftung Israel. Location: Hall 496, Gilerman Building, Tel Aviv University
For more information, visit this event's Facebook page.

July 17: The Educational Effects of the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
For more information, visit this event's Facebook page.