Event Title

Waging Peace in the Context of Violent Conflict

Presenter Information

Rabbi Melissa Weintraub

Start Date

2-11-2011 7:30 PM

Admission

O’Shaughnessy Educational Center Auditorium

Description

Drawing on sixteen years of experience in Middle East face-to-face encounters, Rabbi Melissa Weintraub explored how such encounters build a culture of civil discourse and create human connections across lines of enmity. The cofounder and executive director emerita of Encounter, an organization dedicated to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Rabbi Weintraub focused on how face-to-face encounters in the context of violent conflict may promote reconciliation and peace.

This presentation was part of the Jay Phillips Center's Rabbis-in-Residence program supported by a generous contribution from the Blythe Brenden Fund of the Ted and Dr. Roberta Mann Foundation

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Rabbi Melissa Weintraub

 
Nov 2nd, 7:30 PM

Waging Peace in the Context of Violent Conflict

Drawing on sixteen years of experience in Middle East face-to-face encounters, Rabbi Melissa Weintraub explored how such encounters build a culture of civil discourse and create human connections across lines of enmity. The cofounder and executive director emerita of Encounter, an organization dedicated to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Rabbi Weintraub focused on how face-to-face encounters in the context of violent conflict may promote reconciliation and peace.

This presentation was part of the Jay Phillips Center's Rabbis-in-Residence program supported by a generous contribution from the Blythe Brenden Fund of the Ted and Dr. Roberta Mann Foundation