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Hebrew University
[Hebrew University, Education] Nurit Peled Elhanan to speak in Vienna, Austria. Topic: Racism in Israel. Israeli education vis-a-vis the Palestinians

Peled Elhanan Nurit

Address at the University: Education
Phone No.: 02-5882081
Fax: 02-5882045
Email: nuritpeled@walla.co.il

 
 
From Concordia [office@concordia.at]
To newspapers; members; foreign correspondents
Ref: PRESS TALK / CONCORDIA SOCIETY FOR THE ÖSTERREICHISCH-ARAB RELATIONS invites to a press briefing during the visit of the prominent Israeli peace activist Nurit Peled-Elhanan at 16.4 .2009 at 10.30 clock, in the Press Club Concordia, bank lane 8, 1010 Vienna
Topic: Racism in Israel. Israeli education vis-à-vis the Palestinian
Introduction and Moderator: BM aD Erwin Lanc (Director of GÖAB)
Nurit Peled-Elhanan teaches languages and education at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and is a member of Parents Circle-Families Forum, a platform for dialogue and cooperation between Israeli and Palestinian families on both sides who  have lost relatives in the violence. Her daughter, Smadar, was the victim of a suicide bombing in Jerusalem in September 1997. Nurit Peled-Elhanan in 2001, the Sakharov Prize for Human Rights and Freedom of Speech ", which is awarded by the European Parliament. The press conference will be held in English. Further information: Secretary General Fritz Edlinger phone 01/5267810
From Concordia [office@concordia.at] To A-Zeitungen; A-Mitglieder; a-Auslandskorrespondenten Ref: PRESSEGESPRÄCH/CONCORDIA DIE GESELLSCHAFT FÜR ÖSTERREICHISCH-ARABISCHE BEZIEHUNGEN lädt zu einem Pressegespräch anlässlich des Besuches der prominenten israelischen Friedensaktivistin Nurit Peled-Elhanan am 16.4.2009, um 10.30 Uhr, im Presseclub Concordia, Bankgasse 8, 1010 Wien Thema: Racism in Israel. Israeli education vis-á-vis the Palestinians Einleitung und Moderation: BM a.D. Erwin Lanc (Vorstandsmitglied der GÖAB) Nurit Peled-Elhanan unterrichtet Sprachen und Bildungswesen an der Hebrew University Jerusalem und ist Mitglied des „Parents Circle-Families Forum“, eine Plattform für Dialog und Kooperation zwischen israelischen und palästinensischen Familien, welche Verwandte durch Gewaltakte auf beiden Seiten verloren haben. Ihre Tochter, Smadar, war das Opfer eines Selbstmordattentates in Jerusalem im September 1997. Nurit Peled-Elhanan wurde 2001 der „Sakharov Prize for Human Rights and Freedom of Speech”, welcher vom Europäischen Parlament vergeben wird, zuerkannt. Die Pressekonferenz wird in Englisch abgehalten. Weitere Informationen: Generalsekretär Fritz Edlinger Tel. 01/5267810 
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Verfasst am: Mo Apr 13, 2009 12:01    Titel: Racism in Israel Israeli education vis-à-vis the Palestinian  
 
Lecture by

Nurit Peled-Elhanan

Nurit Peled-Elhanan is an Israeli peace activist. She is a lecturer in language and education at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and member of the Parents Circle-Families Forum, a platform for dialogue and co-operation between Israeli and Palestinian families who have lost relatives because of attacks of violence on both sides. Her daughter, Smadar, was the victim of a suicide bombing in Jerusalem in September 1997.

Nurit Peled-Elhanan is a laureate of the 2001 Sakharov Prize for Human Rights and Freedom of Speech, awarded by the European Parliament, which she shared with the Palestinian writer, the late Izzat Ghazzawi.
As a professor of education Peled-Elhanan has conducted extensive research on the textbooks used in Israel. She is involved with the new association ICEO (International Committee on Education and Occupation), a joint educational project called Education as Dialogue, which she co-chairs with Professor Sami Adwan of Bethlehem University.
Her lecture will be given in English and a German translation will also be available, if necessary.


Time: Wednesday, 15 April 2009, 19.30 hours

Place: Albert Schweitzer Haus
1090 Vienna, Schwarzspanierstrasse 13


Organizers:

Women in Black (Vienna) / Frauen in Schwarz (Wien), www.fraueninschwarz.at

Jewish Voice for a Just Peace in the Middle East (EJJP-Austria) / Jüdische Stimme
für einen gerechten Frieden in Nahost (EJJP-Österreich), www.nahostfriede.at

Society for Austro-Arab Relations / Gesellschaft für Österreichisch-Arabische
Beziehungen, www.saar.at

 

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http://www.saar.at/pdf/veranstaltung/Racism_Israel.pdf

 

Israeli education vis-à-vis the Palestinians

Lecture by

Nurit Peled-Elhanan

Nurit Peled-Elhanan is an Israeli peace activist. She is a lecturer in language and education at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

and member of the Parents Circle-Families Forum, a platform for dialogue and co-operation between Israeli and Palestinian

families who have lost relatives because of attacks of violence on both sides. Her daughter, Smadar, was the victim of a

suicide bombing in Jerusalem in September 1997.

Nurit Peled-Elhanan is a laureate of the 2001 Sakharov Prize for Human Rights and Freedom

of Speech, awarded by the European Parliament, which she shared with the Palestinian writer,

the late Izzat Ghazzawi.

As a professor of education Peled-Elhanan has conducted extensive research on the textbooks used

in Israel. She is involved with the new association ICEO (International Committee on Education

and Occupation), a joint educational project called Education as Dialogue, which she co-chairs

with Professor Sami Adwan of Bethlehem University.

Her lecture will be given in English and a German translation will also be available, if necessary.

Jüdische Stimme

für einen gerechten

Frieden in Nahost

Frauen in Schwarz (Wien)

Gesellschaft für Österreichisch-Arabische Beziehungen

 

 

 

 

Impressum: Gesellschaft für Österreichisch-Arabische Beziehungen • Anschützgasse 1 • 1150 Wien • Tel.: +43 (0)1 5267810 • Fax: 5267795 • Internet: www.saar.at • E-Mail: office.vienna@saar.at

 

Time: Wednesday, 15 April 2009, 19.30 hours

Place: Albert Schweitzer Haus

1090 Vienna, Schwarzspanierstrasse 13

Organizers: Women in Black (Vienna) / Frauen in Schwarz (Wien), www.fraueninschwarz.at

Jewish Voice for a Just Peace in the Middle East (EJJP-Austria) / Jüdische Stimme

für einen gerechten Frieden in Nahost (EJJP-Österreich), www.nahostfriede.at

Society for Austro-Arab Relations / Gesellschaft für Österreichisch-Arabische

Beziehungen, www.saar.at

Racism in Israel

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