Co-existence in Israel: new challenges and new hopes
Mohammad Darawshe, The Abraham Fund Initiatives
March 3rd, 7pm
St Botolph’s Without Bishopsgate, Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 3TL (how to find the venue)
Hosted by the UK Friends of the Abraham Fund.
The Abraham Fund Initiatives works to advance coexistence, equality and cooperation among Israel’s Jewish and Arab citizens by creating and operating large-scale initiatives, cultivating strategic grassroots projects and conducting public education and advocacy that promote its vision of shared citizenship and opportunity for all of Israel’s citizens.
Mohammad Darawshe is the Fund’s Director of External Relations. He has won numerous awards and held leading positions including, Leadership Fellow – News Israel Fund 1988-1989; 2001 UNESCO Prize for Peace Education representing The Jewish Arab Center for Peace-Givat Haviva; Peacemaker award, bestowed by the Catholic Theological Union of Chicago and the 2004 Peace and Security Award of the World Association of NGOs. Come to hear about the challenges facing the fund, its recent achievements, and what you could do to help.