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How to Engage with the Other: a Discussion of an Approach to the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict

March 4, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Sulha Peace Project

An Israeli-Palestinian Peace Project

Recognizing the mutual fears, alienation and suspicion that exist between Israelis and Palestinians, the Sulha Peace Project brings together such diverse factions as soldiers, stone throwers, young professionals, academicians and laborers. Yoav Peck, the Co-Executive Director of the Sulha Peace Project and Fulla Jubeh, a Sulha leader, will share stories about the Project’s work helping Israelis and Palestinians “to encounter the other in our full humanity.” They will present the difficulties of this kind of work and share the unique tools and approaches used at Sulha for bringing people together and renewing their hope for a better future.

Presented by: Dorpat Lecture Series and The Northwest Alliance for Psychoanalytic Study

The Dorpat Lecture in Psychoanalysis and Society is an annual award to recognize those whose work applies psychoanalytic understanding to social problems. The recipient of the award is honored at an event in Seattle in which the work is presented to the greater community of clinicians and individuals interested in addressing social problems in local and global environments. The Lecture was created in memory of Theo L. Dorpat to honor his interest in this area.

Doors open at 6:30PM
Tickets available at Brown Paper Tickets to reserve a FREE seat


March 4, 2017
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm


Town Hall Seattle
1119 Eighth Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98101
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(206) 652-4255