Type of dialogue activities
Joint Action, Collaborations
Short description of activities
A new vision for Palestinian-Israeli peace. The Two States, One Homeland initiative was born out of a series of meetings started by Israeli journalist Meron Rapoport and Palestinian activist Awni Al-Mashni. Meron Rapoport, born in Tel Aviv, worked in Yedioth Aharonoth, Haaretz and in the Israeli Educational Television, and writes for different media channels in Israel and abroad. Awni al-Mashni, born in the Dheisheh refugee camp in Bethlehem, is a Fatah political activist, graduate of the Bethlehem University and columnist in the Palestinian press. These meetings were joined by a line of Israeli and Palestinian activists who formulated our Statement of Principles over the course of many meetings. We consider ourselves one shared movement, divided into two separate branches – one Israeli and one Palestinian – both jointly and severally.
Location
Israel and Palestine
Countries of activity
Israel, Palestine
Active since
2012
Type of dialogue activities
Joint Action, Collaborations, Training
Short description of activities
ACT2gether was created to gather, strengthen, and give visibility to children and adults that work in competent partnerships so as to become agents of their own holistic well-being and social change. It offers an innovative approach to implementing children’s participation, bringing a well-being lens to rights-based approaches, by acknowledging each child’s uniqueness, the importance of intergenerational relationships, and by creating a space where the participants are able to practise their core capacities in a more refined way, helping them partner and weave personal and social change.
Location
https://www.learningforwellbeing.org/activity/act2gether/
Countries of activity
The Netherlands, Germany, Latin America, Palestine, Israel
Active since
2018
Type of dialogue activities
Joint Action, Collaborations, Discourse, Training, Research
Short description of activities
We are committed to manifesting a world where each one of us can participate fully, in a holistic and systemic way, to discover and enrich our unique qualities and experience our common humanity, on the individual and collective level. We do this by cultivating core capacities in individuals and collective systems. Developing these core capacities provides a solid basis for all life activities, including learning, creativity and inner resourcing. Practices that support the core capacities help children and adults understand how they frame their thinking, experience feelings, engage in imagining, discover motivations, and so forth. In a classroom or other group environment, these core capacities support the development of key competences and skills for lifelong learning. In the broadest sense, together and separately, they can be termed a key competence for living, communicating and functioning in society.
Location
57 Europaboulevard, Amsterdam, Netherlands Info@learningforwellbeing.org, www.learningforwellbeing.org
Countries of activity
Europe, Latin America, Middle East
Active since
2004
Type of dialogue activities
Collaborations
Short description of activities
Essential Partners helps people build relationships across differences to address their communities’ most pressing challenges.
Location
United States
Countries of activity
United States
Active since
1989
Type of dialogue activities
Joint Action, Collaborations, Discourse, Support, Training, Research
Short description of activities
For 50 years, the Berghof Foundation has worked to bring people in conflict together and enable them to find ways to live peacefully.
Location
Lindenstrasse 34 10969, Berlin, Germany
https://berghof-foundation.org/
Countries of activity
Global Activities
Active since
1971