ISRAEL – PALESTINE

Developing a Complex Understanding of the Political Religious Conflicts over the Holy Land (2015 – ongoing)

Supported by the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (EDA) and the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Herbert C. Kelman Institute initiated a new project in 2015, “Developing a Complex Understanding of the Political Religious Conflicts over the Holy Land”.


New Visions and Strategies for a Sustainable Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

New Visions and Strategies for a Sustainable Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

The first conference on The Transformation of Intractable Conflicts: Perspectives and Challenges for Interactive Problem Solving took place at Harvard University’s Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, and took place from March 27-29, 2014. The conference opened with a joint event organized with the Harvard Middle-East Seminar. Four proposals for new approaches to solutions for the […]


Rebuilding Trust in Negotiations (2011-2013)

Rebuilding Trust in Negotiations (2011-2013)

As a scholar and practitioner Herbert C. Kelman has focused intensively on the Israeli Palestinian conflict for many years. The core of this work has been the facilitation of dialogue between politically influential Israelis and Palestinians close to the centre of the political mainstream. The aim of this dialogue was to promote movement toward a […]