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11 December

| 2014 | 18:00

Panel Discussion on the Arab Neighborhoods in East Jerusalem

  • Free
  • Public
  • Radak 20, Jerusalem
  • Free
  • Public
  • Radak 20, Jerusalem
Panel Discussion on the Arab Neighborhoods in East Jerusalem

The Jerusalem Institute together with the Friedrich Naumann recently hosted a panel discussion on the topic of the effects of the Socio-Political Situation and Policy on the Escalation of Violence in East Jerusalem. 

The research that was presented is part of a series of studies examining Palestinian neighborhoods in East Jerusalem, with the aim of formulating a social and infrastructural profile of the neighborhoods based on a variety of spheres of life, including population and society, institutions, economy and services.
 
Arab Neighborhoods in East Jerusalem: Between the Real and the Ideal
Effects of the Socio-Political Situation and Policy on the Escalation of Violence
 
Thursday, December 11th, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Teddy Kollek Auditorium, Jerusalem Institute, 20 Radak Street, Jerusalem.

With a presentation of findings from an evaluation study of the neighborhoods: Beit Hanina, Sur Baher and Umm Tuba

This research is part of a series of studies examining Palestinian neighborhoods in East Jerusalem, with the aim of formulating a social and infrastructural profile of the neighborhoods based on a variety of spheres of life, including population and society, institutions, economy and services.

Agenda:
Opening Remarks: 
Meir Krauss, Director General, Jerusalem Institute
Dr. Walter Klitz, Director of Jerusalem office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty
 
Speakers:
Prof. Yitzhak Reiter, Jerusalem Institute and Ashkelon Academic College
Naser Abu Leil, Architect,Urban Planner, Beit Hanina
Ramadan Dabbash, Chair, Community Administration, Sur Baher
Israel Kimhi, Jerusalem Institute
 Dr. David Koren, Advisor to the Mayor for East Jerusalem  Eliezer Yaari
 
RSVP your participation:
Tel: 02-5630175, ext. 11, 13
 
Click here to view the agenda.

Arrival: Buses 19,17,32,22 arrive at Azza/Radak street corner. Parking is available a bit further away, near the Jerusalem Theater on Chopin Street.