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Seeds of Peace
The idea for the organization came from a 1993 program aimed to break mutual prejudice among Arab and Israeli youth. About 300 persons from Egypt, Israel, Jordan and Morocco learned how to live together. In 1998, young people from Cyprus joined, and from India and Pakistan in 2001. The young people learn peaceful methods of conflict resolution and principles of peaceful coexistence. The website includes a Clubhouse, where Arab and Israeli youth can meet.
The organization offers a CD-rom about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, featuring interviews, and virtual tours of refugee camps, Jerusalem, and holy places of both nations.
Language version: English
News: yes
Newsletter: no
Downloadable educational materials: yes, links to articles, presentations and other websites
Contact: Seeds of Peace
New York Office
370 Lexington Avenue, Suite 401
New York NY 10017
Tel.: +1 212-573-8040
Fax: +1 212-573-8047