Peace building in violent conflict: Israeli-Palestinian post-Oslo people-to-people activities

Ifat Maoz*

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Abstract

This article deals with peace-building activities in the context of the intractable conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. Scores of people-to-people projects were conducted after the September 1993 signing of the Oslo peace accords, but these projects did not seem to prevent the collapse of the peace process and the re-emergence of severe violence between the sides in late September 2000. However, evidence from the field indicates that peace-building activities are still continuing. This article will describe peace-building activities both before and after September 2000, discuss their effectiveness, and define their relevance in the ongoing violent conflict between the sides.

Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)563-574
Number of pages12
JournalInternational Journal of Politics, Culture and Society
Volume17
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 2004

Keywords

  • Dialogues
  • Evaluation
  • Oslo accords
  • Peace building
  • Peace process
  • Peacemaking

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