Bar-Ilan University opens identity-based conflict resolution course

Israel’s first identity-based conflict resolution English-language summer program is being hosted at Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan, open to students from around the world.

The course, which began on July 5 and will end on July 30, is attended by students from nine different countries, including Mozambique, China, Turkey, France, Germany, Israel, Canada, the US and Peru. The course places particular emphasis on conflicts in Israel, examining them through the lens of identity.

The program is being operated by the university’s graduate program in Conflict Resolution, Management and Negotiation (CRMN).


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