This year’s partners conference was another opportunity for us to reflect on the past year’s activities, to exchange our experiences and to take a glimpse into the future: How do we continue to create peace and dialogue while surrounded by conflict? Taking a new route with our Annual Conference we focused this year on the […]
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Entries by Nitzan
“A place to meet on a value bases” The neighborhood of Abu Tor straddling the seam between East and West Jerusalem is divided into two communities – Jewish and Palestinian. The two populations have minimal contact due to the political conflict and differences in culture and language. The “Good Neighbors – Abu Tor/Al-Thuri” Project, partner […]
We were happy to welcome our partners from the Hans Böckler Foundation for the 3rd time to facilitate a delegation for young scholars and student activists. Under the title “Amorphous borders? Conflicts, borders and boundaries within and between the Israeli and Palestinian society”, we facilitated a number of international encounters, political talks and tours and […]
The annual conference initiated the start of the new art program shining light on what is soon to become a daily reality: young innovative artists hosted at WBC creating a new creative fringe in Jerusalem. To exhibit, to perform, and to express visions through art. Sara Yassin, photographer and graduate at Musrara School of Art: […]
How do we learn how to think critically, and how do we teach others to learn how to think critically for themselves? How can we learn how to be in solidarity, and implement liberatory processes within our classrooms, staff meetings, and daily lives, through educational dialogue and creativity? This 12-week course, Education as a Political […]
“Peace Education is a long term process, that needs to start while a conflict is still ongoing and can’t wait until it has been solved, because the change starts with us.” Leyla, 23, from Jenin “Summer school was a unique chance to meet people, activists, from several places in the world and get to know […]
Katharina Asbrock is the new Social Art and Communication’s Project Coordinator at WBC. She has spent recent years working in Berlin’s political landscape, and was on the communications team at the Federal Government Commissioner for Migration, Refugees, and Integration at the Federal Chancellery (Bundeskanzleramt). Katharina’s first encounter with the WBC, Jerusalem, Israel & Palestine was […]
Willy Brandt Center Jerusalem
The Willy Brandt Center is a unique center for encounters and communication in Jerusalem. Here young people from Israel, Palestine, Europe, and the entire world meet and engage in cross-cultural exchange beyond borders. Within the framework of our events, we are able to overcome conflicts in multifaceted ways.
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