On March 1st and 2nd, the Leon Charney Resolution Center and EMIS hosted their first Israel-Palestine peace talk simulation with EMIS International students. Learn more about this by watch below videos:  the full event coverage, personal experiences of the students  and the advise of the facilitators.

Over a span of 48 hours, 45 EMIS students divided into Israeli and Palestinian delegations and negotiated in order to achieve the near impossible: a detailed two-state solution to the conflict.

In this student report by the Leon Charney Reporters, CRC Students Marwa Toame and Benjamin Strzelecki tell all about their experiences during the largest high school Israeli-Palestinian Peace Conference.

Students interview Dr. Nimrod Novik, Chairman of the ECF Foundation, and Saman Khoury, Director of the Peace NGO Forum, as they discuss peace between Israel and Palestine.


Sapir Handelman on Interactive Methods to Cope with Intractable Conflict, the Israeli-Palestinian Case

For two days, students negotiated to find a solution on a variety of issues entrenched in the Israeli/Palestinian conflict including checkpoints, security, Jerusalem, and refugees.

Global Life Jacket Project at Charney Resolution Center, initiative by students

Prof. Yossi Ben Artzi and Prof. Amiram Goldblum on Peace Now Movement

Prof. Nati Laor, Psychiatrist and Dr. Danny Hamiel on How to Improve Resilience workshop

Dr. Danny Hamiel's Workshop on Anti Stress 

Brigadier General (Ret.) Israela Oron lecture: Dealing with the Past - Building the Future

Brigadier General (Ret.) Israela Oron lecture: Dealing with the Past - Building the Future (full coverage)

Interview with Aviva Nash, CEO of Drum Cafe at the Kick Off Event at the Center

Charney Resolution Center kicked off with its first open event: drumming!

The work is a cornerstone, offering a new point of view of the loaded reciprocity between two nations forced to share the same territory. Semblance of a Sabra. 

Opening of the Leon Charney Resolution Center with special guest: Tzili and Leon Charney