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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.


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  • 2015 Annual Report of the School for Peace

    Wednesday 27 January 2016
    The School for Peace boosted its activities, advanced the Peace College, won international awards, and secured funding for future activities.
  • 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.
  • Meeting and Tour in Sakhnin

    Friday 27 November 2015
    The School for Peace change agents course for Jewish and Palestinian architects and engineers met November 27 in Sakhnin
  • School for Peace Newsletter for Summer 2015

    Thursday 3 September 2015
    The SFP recounts recent successes and looks forward to an exciting new activity year
  • Tour of Jisr az-Zarqa

    Sunday 23 August 2015
    In the framework of its course for urban planners, architects & civil engineers, the SFP initiated a tour of Jisr az-Zarqa.
  • School for Peace End of Year Summary Event

    Saturday 22 August 2015
    On July 30, 2015, the School for Peace organized an event for the end of its activity year. Some 30 Arab and Jewish facilitators and activists who work with the SFP came, as well as WAS-NS (...)
  • Lecture on legal aspects concerning Arabs in mixed cities

    Tuesday 28 July 2015
    As part of the 2015-2016 training course for change agents in Israeli mixed cities Att. Kais Nasser gave a lecture on legal aspects affecting the Arab (...)
  • SFP wins S.E.R. Reconciliation Award

    Tuesday 28 July 2015 by H.S.
    The SFP has been informed by the S.E.R. Foundation (Germany) that the Program for Palestinian and Israeli Literature Teachers has received the S.E.R. Reconciliation Award 2013 – (...)

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