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Jordan and Israel: A Troubled Relationship in a Volatile Region, October 2014.

FES Amman just recently launched this new publication. 



Release of new Publication: Study on teenage employment in Israel, October 2014.

The Survey was conducted for the Working and Studying Youth in cooperation with the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Israel. 



Meeting of Arab Women Members of Local Councils and Arab Business Women in the framework of common Project with Mossawa, Acco, September 22, 2014.


22/09/2014, Acco


New position paper written by Prof. Rassem Khamaisi, head of the Jewish-Arab Center at Haifa University, one of FES Israel esteemed partners, September 2014.




(Un)protected Space: Bullying at the Workplace, Tel Aviv, September 21, 2014.

Annual Young Naamat Conference in cooperation with FES Israel. 

21/09/2014, 17:30, Histadrut Building, 93 Arlozorov Street, Tel Aviv


2014 Foreign Policy Index: only 13% of the Israeli public think that Israelís global standing is good. 61% think that improving Israelís foreign relations depends on progress in the peace process.

International Conference: The contribution of regulated labour relations on the reduction of the income gap, Tel Aviv, September 17-18, 2014.

Roundtable: Unitary Taxation of Multinational Corporations with special References to Israel, Ramat Gan, September 16, 2014.

Presentation of Research: The Israeli-Palestinian Diplomatic Process over Time, Netanya Academic College, September 16, 2014.

Arab-Jewish Galilee Conference Ė Fighting Racism, Enhancing Partnership, Karmiel, September 15, 2014.

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Schlaglicht Israel offers an insight into internal Israeli debates and reflects selected, political events, that affect daily life in Israel. It appears every two weeks and summarizes articles that appeared in the Israeli daily press.

Schlaglicht Number 15/14, Latest News from the Israeli Press, September 16 - 30, 2014

  • Abbas and Netanyahu in New York
  • Unrest in Jerusalem
  • Army kills alleged killers
  • Selection of Articles on various topics


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