Nava Sonnenschein is awarded "Women of Courage" certificateMonday 26 April 2010
From the US Embassy, Tel Aviv Flickr photo-stream:
The Department of State’s Senior Policy Advisor on Global Women’s Affairs Diane Kelly presented the “Women of Courage” certificate to Deputy Director of Neve Shalom/Wahat al-Salam’s School for Peace Nava Sonnenschein in a moving ceremony in the mixed Arab-Jewish village. The certificate recognizes Dr. Sonnenschein’s courage and tireless work in advocating for social change and coexistence. Ms. Kelly described Secretary of State Clinton’s commitment to women’s empowerment and paid tribute to the way women have overcome physical and psychological barriers to improve the status of women worldwide. Photo Credit: Matty Stern/ U.S. Embassy Tel Aviv.
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