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Shared Society in a Post-October 7th World

Sunday, April 14, 2024 6 Nisan 5784

10:00 AM - 11:15 AMZoom Only

Thank you to all who joined our “Shared Society in a Post-October 7th World” program this past Sunday.  If you were moved by this event, please consider becoming a sponsor by filling out the form below. 
To learn more and support the organizations our panelists work with, please visit:
•⁠  Tech2Peace
•⁠  ⁠Amal-Tikva
•⁠  ⁠Jerusalem Peacebuilders

Please join us over Zoom on Sunday morning, April 14, at 10am EST. Bayit community member and olah Ariella Goodman will moderate a conversation, introduced by Rav Steven, with four young adult leaders, Jewish Israelis and Palestinian Israelis, working on the front lines of shared society and peacebuilding initiatives. We will learn about outstanding organizations doing the difficult and critical work of building bridges and developing relationships towards a more peaceful shared society in Israel.
 
Ariella Goodman was born and raised in Riverdale and made Aliyah at the end of 2016. After serving in the IDF’s International Relations Unit for two years, she completed her BA at Tel Aviv University in Jewish History and European History. She has been active in Arab-Jewish cultural dialogue for several years, and is figuring out where that fits in the post October 7th reality. Ariella works at Yad Vashem as a tour guide while pursuing her MA in East European Jewish Studies at the Hebrew University.
 
Ivan Khuri is a Palestinian citizen of Israel, who brings a unique perspective to the world of peacebuilding and interfaith dialogue, and to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Born and raised in Nazareth, he grew up in a country with a complex reality and conflict that brought with it a lot of questions growing up, mainly about identity and belonging. He moved to Jerusalem to study Computer Science, as well as a drive to deepen his understanding of the conflict in his homeland. His journey in the peacebuilding world began at the age of 19 when he took part in the Tech2Peace Israeli-Palestinian dialogue & technology seminar, where he formed lasting bonds with Jewish peers. Since then, Ivan has been an active participant in numerous interfaith programs and seminars both within Israel and internationally, including in Switzerland, the USA, and Cyprus. Notably, he has served as a staff member at an interfaith Jewish-Muslim-Christian summer camp in Texas for the last two years.
 
Nir Ben Dror is a dedicated peacebuilder who has most recently worked at Tech2Peace, bringing together young Palestinians and Israelis through tech and dialogue. He is a History student and a former emissary in the Brownstone Brooklyn Jewish community. During the past two years Nir worked at Tech2Peace as the Interim COO, as a Dialogue Facilitator, and as a Community and Program Manager getting to meet hundreds of diverse participants and supporters from all walks of life.
 
Zak Adileh is a Palestinian Israeli activist from East Jerusalem speaks fluent Arabic, Hebrew and English. Zak has been involved in the Peacebuilding field for the past five years. He received a diploma at the Arava Institute for Environmental Science where he studied sustainability and conflict management. He is a board member of Meet the Israelis, former logistics and operations manager at Tech2Peace, and an alum of PiP, Amal Tikvah Leadership Institute , and Encompass. Currently Zak serves as the  Regional Managing Director of Jerusalem Peacebuilders.
 
Natasha Voloshin is a Programs Manager at Amal-Tikva, and the former COO at Lissan. She excells in program management, business development, and team leadership. Natasha's previous roles at Deloitte, the Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research, and Greenpeace were centered around analyzing economic and social data for diverse stakeholders. Natasha holds a magna cum laude Bachelor's degree in Political Science and Anthropology from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
 
 

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