Article on Applied Ethics’ Pax Populi Outreach to Israeli and Palestinian Professors

June 9, 2010

A few days ago, an article appeared in the Marblehead Reporter written by Nikki Gamer on the visit of the Palestinian and Israeli professors to Bentley University. It was a well written piece that conveyed the intent of the week-long meeting. It can be found at the following link.

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Hopeful Meeting between Israeli and Palestinian Professors is Followed by “Freedom Flotilla” Tragedy

June 9, 2010

A little more than a week after four Israeli and Palestinian scholars returned to their homes from their visit to Bentley University, the Israeli Navy intercepted a flotilla of six cargo and passenger boats from Turkey. When the flotilla tried to defy the blockade, the encounter with the Israeli Navy left nine Turkish activists dead. […]

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“We are United in Our Commitment to a Peaceful Two-State Solution”: A Small Israeli-Palestinian “Breakthrough”

May 29, 2010

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 […]

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Pax Populi Partnering with SOLA — School of Leadership, Afghanistan

May 16, 2010

Through its Pax Populi program, Applied Ethics is working with the School of Leadership, Afghanistan (SOLA see: http://www.sola-afghanistan.org/) to bring an Afghan student to study in a US high school. SOLA’s goal is to prepare the very best Afghan students for study in the United States and elsewhere so that when they return home they are […]

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