The Bridge: Jewish and Arab Women for Peace in the Middle East
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1975 Haifa Israel
1975, Haifa (Israel), as IFLAC Jewish and Arab/Palestinian Women for Peace in the Middle East (The Bridge). Currently a sub-group of F-XF4597 - IFLAC - International Forum for the Literature and Culture of Peace (IFLAC). Also referred to as: The Bridge - Jewish and Arab Women for the Promotion of Women and Peace in the Middle East; Organization of Jewish and Arab Women for Coexistence and Peace; Hagesher.
Promote the status of women and of peace in the Middle East; encourage Jews and Arabs to deepen their knowledge of the heritage and culture of the two peoples and work towards coexistence based on equality, involvement and responsibility.
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General Meeting. General Board of 20 members. Executive Board comprising 2 Arab and 2 Jewish women. Special Committees (5): Ideology; Communications; Organization; New Members; Links with Villages. Network of Jewish-Arab Women for Coexistence and Peace.
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