Table of contents for Israeli and Palestinian identities in dialogue : the school for peace approach / edited by Rabah Halabi ; translated from Hebrew by Deb Reich.

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Rabah Halabi
Chapter 1: Intergroup Conflict and Its Reduction: A Social-Psychological Perspective
	Arie Nadler
Chapter 2: Jewish-Palestinian Relations in Israel: The Planned Encounter as a Microcosm
	Ramzi Suleiman
Chapter 3: Awareness, Identity, and Reality: The School for Peace Approach		
	Rabah Halabi and Nava Sonnenschein
Chapter 4: Liberate the Oppressed, and their Oppressors: Encounters between students at Tel-Aviv University
	Rabah Halabi, Nava Sonnenschein, and Ariella Friedman
Chapter 5: Reconstructing Identity through the Encounter with the "Oter": Facilitators' training course
	Rabah Halabi
Chapter 6: The Courage to Face a Complex Reality: Encounters for 
	Michal Zak, Rabah Halabi, and Wafa'a Sror
Chapter 7: Language as a Bridge and an Obstacle
	Rabah Halabi and Michal Zak
Chapter 8: Co-Facilitation: A symmetrical dialogue in an asymmetrical reality
	Michal Zak and Rabah Halabi 
Chapter 9: "Home Group": The Uni-National Framework
	Nava Sonnenschein and Ahmad Hijazi
Chapter 10: Identity Processes in Intergroup Encounters
	Gabriel Horenczyk
	Rabah Halabi
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Multicultural education Israel, Ne˛veh shalom (School)Israel Ethnic relations, Intergroup relations Israel, Conflict management Israel, Youth Israel Attitudes, Arab-Israeli conflict 1993- Peace