Over the last 60 years, no conflict has proved so intractable while so important to world affairs than that between the Israelis and their neighbors, especially the Palestinians. It was, therefore, a notable sign of progress that beginning on May 16th, 2010, in the spirit of Pax Populi people-to-people peacemaking, two Israeli and two Palestinian professors spent a week at Bentley University discussing ethics and the prospects for advancing peace between their respective peoples. All four professors were firmly united in their desire and commitment to achieving a just and sustainable peace based on a two-state solution. Reflecting on the week’s events, one participating scholars referred to the one week meeting as a â€œbreakthrough.â€ For the complete post, click here….
AE’s Pax Populi Responds to the Crisis in Afghanistan
For over a dozen years, Applied Ethics, Inc. (AE) has been active in Afghanistan through our Pax Populi people-to-people peacebuilding program. Never have we seen anything so dire as what has unfolded since the Taliban Read more…