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Wahat al-Salam - Neve Shalom gives practical expression to its vision of an egalitarian society through pioneering educational work at The School for Peace, Children’s Educational System and the Pluralistic Spiritual Centre. A Youth Club provides extracurricular activities for the community’s children. When funding permits, the community conducts humanitarian aid projects including, in recent years, summer camps for children from the West Bank.


Although they are presented together here, it should be understood that these projects are quite different in terms of their size and allocated resources, while the Humanitarian aid program is conducted on a voluntary basis as an initiative of WAS-NS members.

  • Children’s Educational System

    Founded in the 1980s, our pioneering educational system provides bilingual and multicultural schooling to children from WAS-NS and the surrounding area.

  • The School for Peace

    Established in 1979, the SFP assimilates the principles upon which NSWAS was founded in conducting courses and seminars for Arab and Jewish youth and adults in Israel and the Palestinian Autonomy.

     

    See The School for Peace Website for more

  • Doumia-Sakinah: The Pluralistic Spiritual Center

    "Doumia-Sakinah", or The Pluralistic Spiritual Centre, provides a framework for spiritual reflection on issues at the core of the middle east conflict and the search for its resolution.

  • Humanitarian Aid

    WAS-NS has sometimes found it possible to provide humanitarian aid for medical services, in-kind donations or summer camps for Palestinians living under occupation.

  • Youth Club ("Nadi")

    A Youth Club (Nadi as-Shabibah - Moadon Noar) provides a framework, throughout the school year and during vacations, for a variety of stimulating, fun and challenging extracurricular activities for the young people of the community.

  • Peace Library

    The Fred Segal Peace and Friendship Library (est. 2010) is a large purpose-built three-story building with halls, reading and seminar rooms, audio-visual equipment and computer stations and more.


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    Wednesday 27 January 2016
    The School for Peace boosted its activities, advanced the Peace College, won international awards, and secured funding for future activities.
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    Thursday 17 December 2015
    The PSCC invited everyone to celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas and al Mawlid al-Nabawi. We took the opportunity to thank the abbot and monks of Latrun Abbey for the original gift of the lands to (...)
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    Wednesday 9 December 2015
    In November the Museum/PSCC held a special evening remembering Palestinians who in 1929 acted heroically to save their Jewish neighbors.
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    Monday 30 November 2015
    On November 25th, a panel discussion took place at the launch of the Arabic edition of Prof. Yair Auron’s book, The Shoah, the Rebirth and the Nakba.
  • Youth Encounter between Givat Brener and Nazareth

    Monday 30 November 2015
    Sixty-one teenagers are taking part in a youth encounter and engaging in a dialogue at the SFP. The workshop is being observed by facilitator trainees.
  • The Educational Association gets a new chairwoman

    Sunday 29 November 2015
    On November 12, the village held elections for the board of the Association of Educational Institutions. Samah Salaime was elected as as chair
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    Friday 27 November 2015
    The School for Peace change agents course for Jewish and Palestinian architects and engineers met November 27 in Sakhnin
  • Election of the members of the Student Council in our Primary School

    Sunday 22 November 2015
    Thursday 12th November was election day at the Primary School. The students had to vote in a new council + president and vice-president of the Student (...)

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