GNRC Israel is a network of three NGOs that conduct education for peace. Our goal is to create a space where young Jews, Muslim Palestinians and Christian Palestinians (all of Israeli citizenship) can meet. We will be responsible for facilitating these meetings in such a way that the young people can learn about their own identities and the identities of the other groups.
We believe that by empowering all aspects of their group identities (national, cultural, religious and spiritual), we will enable them to communicate better and take responsibility together for creating an egalitarian, just and more peaceful multi-cultural and multi-religious society in Israel.
- GNRC Israel celebrates the World Day of Prayer and Action for Children (November 2010)
- Massa ~ Massar: A journey of discovery for Jewish and Palestinian youth (July 2009)
- "Massa - Massar" -- A Journey of Discovery: An interfaith learning peace building program for Jewish, Christian and Muslim youth in Israel (July 2007)
- Weekend Seminar Held for Jewish, Muslim, and Christian Youth
Planning team for the Interfaith Learning project.
From left to right:
Dalia landau, founder of the Open House (Jewish)
Vivian Rabia, co-facilitator (Palestinian-Christian)
Raz Weiner, co-facilitator (Jewish)
Samia Gasusm, Member of Children of Abraham (Palestinian-Muslim)
Dorit Shippin, GNRC Coordinator (Jewish)
Abdessalam Najjar, Pluralistic Spiritual Center, Neve Shalom - Wahat al Salam (Palestinian- Muslim)