Geneva Initiative Multi-Party Seminar

In December, we held a political seminar for 45 key political activists from across the Israeli political spectrum, including from centrist and right-wing parties such as Likud, Kulanu and Yesh Atid and from different minority and religious groups.
 
The seminar focused on the recent international and regional developments and their implications on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and encouraged the participants to reflect on their role in bringing about change. Special focus was placed on the different aspects of the two-state solution and the potential fruits of peace. It featured Nitzan Horowitz, senior journalist and former Member of Knesset, who briefed the participants about the after math of the U.S. presidential elections and their implications for the Middle East Peace Process.

The seminar was a huge success, with participants leaving better informed and motivated to promote the two-state solution within their respective circles of influence.

Briefing and Q&A session with journalist and former MK Nitzan Horowitz