Geneva Initiative Annexes
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1. Leadership Course Graduation Ceremony in Ramallah
(Events/Joint Activities - 2018)
...ide, and peace." We look forward to seeing and supporting the change that these individuals will make in their own networks.         ...

2. There is a partner
(News Room/News - 2018)
...he same opinion poll reveals that half of Palestinians still believe in a two-state solution. How do we make sense of this? With no formal peace process in place and marginal efforts to bring both ...

3. Message from Ramallah
(News Room/News - 2018)
...tressing economic situation threatens the government. Our hosts, for their part, do everything to make us feel comfortable. Nabil Abu Rudeineh, Abu Mazen's official spokesperson, and Mohammed Al...

I-Panels Survey Sponsored by the Geneva Initiative, January 2019 Read the Haaretz article on the poll results here.   Public Opinion Survey (according to intended party alignments) – Ja

...p; We at the Geneva Initiative thank the Special Coordinator for his powerful words about the need to make progress towards a final-status solution and for his support of civil society organizations...

6. Europe's Message for the US
(News Room/News - 2018)
Europe offers the American government advice over what will, and will not, make for a successful peace plan between Israelis and Palestinians.   Yesterday, eight EU members told the US in uneq

7. Australia Recognizes West Jerusalem
(News Room/News - 2018)
...a is ahead of Israel at the moment. The only solution to the problem of the de facto divided city is to make the division official, with West Jerusalem as the Israeli capital and East Jerusalem as the...

8. Jerusalem tour with Dr. Shaul Arieli
(Events/Local Activities - 2018)
... Jerusalem is often cited as one of the outstanding “intractable” issues that make the Palestinian-Israeli conflict so difficult to solve. Last Friday, 23.11, conflict expert...

...on of encounters between Palestinians and the Israeli soldiers or settlers – the funding cut will make it even more difficult to bring people together. It would be nothing short of a tragedy to ...

... “I run an Israeli company that wishes to employ Palestinian programmers from Gaza. How do we make that happen?” “There are three big Israeli companies working in Ramallah. Would...

On March 31st, the Palestinian Peace Coalition-Geneva Initiative held a seminar for a group of 36 senior political acti

...y Arab country relayed a message to Abbas which stated that “a realistic reading of the situation makes it imperative that the Arabs and Palestinians accept whatever is available,” the dip...

...advancing it. In a period of stagnation in the peace process and in light of recent American steps that make it even more difficult to renew negotiations, every country that is willing to help an...

14. Sustaining an Israeli-Palestinian Political Dialogue
(Events/Joint Activities - 2018)
...Solution Camps on both sides are strong and active, and committed to working together. This cooperation makes success so much more achievable”.   In 2018, we remain committed to holding...

...a “big difference,” he said. “Here you have a superpower entering the game that could make a difference with the Palestinians.”   The meeting comes in the wake of a fo...

... part of what the Palestinians call Al-Quds, and it is populated today by some 300,000 Palestinians who make up about 40 percent of the city’s residents. These areas, which are clearly Pale...

...calation of violence, amid calls by some for a new intifada – or uprising – and his need to make a meaningful response.   But in a boost for Abbas, Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erd...

...ington policy institute launched an interactive website Wednesday that assesses the myriad proposals to make the two-state vision into a reality.   Settlements and Solutions, which was develo...

...d Palestinians and security across the region.”   Mr. Trump, who considers himself a dealmaker, decided to adopt the challenge when he took office in January, intrigued at the idea of s...

...ink that that is what the majority of Israelis and Palestinians want. We just need to figure out how to make our voices heard.” This meeting was made possible through the generous support of t...

...ink that that is what the majority of Israelis and Palestinians want. We just need to figure out how to make our voices heard.” ...

...n the political track, since one of the plausible repercussions is that the Palestinian Authority might make its support conditional upon expanding the process to include those areas of Judea and Sama...

...shner.   On Sunday night, PA President Mahmoud Abbas, speaking to a group of former Israeli lawmakers at his headquarters in Ramallah, said “the Americans have assured him they will ann...

...d we presented concrete ways to help people on both sides overcome the many psychological barriers that make conflict resolution so difficult. Having worked with tens of thousands of Israelis and Pa...

25. Geneva Initiative Briefing in Europe
(Events/Joint Activities - 2017)
...d we presented concrete ways to help people on both sides overcome the many psychological barriers that make conflict resolution so difficult. ...

...e accord was met with negativity in Israel which said — without elaborating — that it would make peace "harder".   "There is nothing we want more than peace with al...

...d Hamas need each other in order to fight ISIS-linked groups in the Sinai Peninsula, and Egypt wants to make clear to Israel that it is not solely dependent on the Jewish state in its struggle against...

...eneration. To all Israelis and Palestinians who think that, 50 years after 1967, the time is ripe to make peace, my message is that the European Union is with you. Agreements begin with leaders. Pe...

...ce negotiator and director of the Israeli-Palestinian peace movement the Geneva Initiative. “That makes aspirations to launch a genuine peace process a bit unrealistic. Abbas is in a situation w...

...t; added Macron.   His comments come after Donald Trump called on Israelis and Palestinians to make compromises for peace, saying he was “personally committed” to helping Israel r...

...anon in 2000 and Gaza in 2005, with the increase in terrorism and missile threat from both territories, make Israelis rightfully anxious about territorial withdrawal. But, no matter the current obstac...

...negotiations, Israelis and Palestinians need an intervention When both sides aren’t ready to make concessions, when one side gets to decide who sits at the table and who sits in jail, ne...

...des are committed, like myself, to promoting peace. Knowing that this is a road I can share with others makes the road so much prettier". This seminar was made possible through the generous ...

...l it unreliable and baseless, presenting unrealistic conditions. "If such document exists, it will make the delegation's visit superfluous," the senior Palestinian official said. ...

...n interview several weeks later, he clarified that he would be "satisfied with whatever [solution] makes both parties happy". Netanyahu committed, with conditions, to the two-state solutio...

...The Israeli government rejects Abbas’s logic, arguing that the Palestinian leader is unwilling to make a final compromise.   Abdullah issued a pointed rebuke of Israel, saying that its ...

...ll independence and sovereignty of each of the parties, under an umbrella of a confederation (which can make it easier to coordinate in vital areas, and can prevent the need to evacuate settlers who w...

...l allies about the peace process.   “I have assured President Trump that we are ready to make a peace deal,” Abbas said.   During his visit to the EU headquarters in Brus...

...everal years to internationalize the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with the goal of pressuring Israel to make concessions, including ending its military rule over the Palestinian territories . While ...

...Jewish Home chairman Naftali Bennett, along with Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked and other right-wing lawmakers, have argued that Trump's November 8 victory had provided an opportunity for Israel to up...

... have no partner, and the world seems to agree with them. For the moment, Netanyahu is not willing to make the concessions that would be necessary to reach a permanent agreement, and neither is Abba...

...is not an easy decision. It has obviously been out there for many, many years, and nobody has wanted to make that decision," said Trump. "I'm thinking about it very seriously, and we will se...

...s need to agree to the nature of the solution, Trump said. Whatever the two sides agree upon, that will make me happy, he continued. He is right: Without two sides agreeing, there can be no agreement....

... the radical left, which initiated post-national initiatives that prided themselves on their ability to make connections between settlers, left-wing peace activists, and Palestinians. However, the two...

... – if acted upon – they could bring longer-term benefits to peacemaking efforts.   Make the international community actually follow through   Over the last couple of yea...

...uo;That is why we cannot in good conscience stand in the way of a resolution at the United Nations that makes clear that both sides must act now to preserve the possibility of peace.”   ...

47. Five comments on UNSCR 2334
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
...tant Resolution, 2334 is short of having any immediate, concrete implications for the peace process. To make this a truly historical moment, the international community must build upon this success by...

...dialogue going. On December 15-17, we brought together a group of Israeli and Palestinian senior policy makers and former officials for an intensive series of discussions on the current political and ...

...tion of having courageous leadership – one that is able to think out of the box and is willing to make real compromises for peace". Samih added: "I'm optimistic as well. I believe Pale...

50. America Must Recognize Palestine
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...ive feedback from those talks, I am certain that United States recognition of a Palestinian state would make it easier for other countries that have not recognized Palestine to do so, and would clear ...

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