A Conversation with Mohammad Darawshe hosted by IPF Atid Boston, Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston, Harvard Hillel, and Brandeis Hillel
Join us for an opportunity to hear from Mohammad Darawshe about the current political situation in Israel and his work to bridge the gap between the country's Jewish and Arab citizens as Director of Strategy at the Center for Shared Society at Givat Haviva—a civil society organization striving to create a Jewish and Arab shared society in Israel.
This event is co-sponsored by IPF Atid Boston, Israel Policy Forum, JCRC Boston, Harvard Hillel, and Brandeis Hillel.
Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2023
Time: 7-9pm ET
Location: Harvard Hillel | Address Provided Upon Registration
Mohammad Darawshe is a leading expert on Arab-Israeli relations and Israeli politics, currently serving as the Director of Strategy at the Center for Shared Society at Givat Haviva. He holds a Masters' degree in Peace and Conflict Management from Haifa University, and is a Robert Bosch Academy Fellow and faculty member at the Hartman Institute. Previously worked as co-director of The Abraham Initiatives, elections campaign manager at the Democratic Arab Party and United Arab List, and was a leadership fellow at the New Israel Fund. Member of the executive board of Darkenu, Pnima, and Aaron Economics Center. Previously elected council member of his hometown Iksal. Presented lectures at the European parliament, NATO Defense College, the World Economic Forum, Club de Madrid, US Congress ,and Israel's Presidential Conference. Recipient of the Peacemakers Award from the Catholic Theological Union and the Peace and Security Award of the World Association of NGOs
IPF Atid is the young professionals network of Israel Policy Forum, an organization dedicated to advancing support for a viable two-state solution that safeguards Israeli security. It is a community comprised of informed and empowered young professionals working to advance a more pragmatic, nuanced conversation addressing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.