Dialogue in Action: Working Toward Peace in Jerusalem

February 5, 2017 Westwood Free 0
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In times of violence, confusion and conflict – only the daily work for peace can make change. Dr. Yakir Englander is one of the peace leaders between Israelis and Palestinians in Jerusalem and at North America. A Fulbright and a Shalom Hartman scholar and a visiting professor at Rutgers University, Englander is one of the leaders of Kids4Peace international and the director of the unique program: “From Dialogue to Action.” In addition to his academic works, Englander has been published in The Times of Israel, Huffington Post and Islamic Commentary on themes of interfaith relations, religion and violence, and nonviolent social change.

Kids4Peace is a grassroots interfaith youth movement dedicated to ending conflict and inspiring hope in Jerusalem and in different cities at North America, including Boston. Check more at: www.k4p.org

Come for this free lecture and learn about the fantastic work this organization does in Israel and in Boston.

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When
Sunday, February 5, 2017, 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Where
Temple Beth David
7 Clapboardtree St
Westwood, MA 02090
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Price
Free

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