Congressional leaders urge Administration to resume funding for P2P, development programs

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By allmepadmin / August 12 2019

ALLMEP thanks Representatives Eliot Engel and Michael McCaul, and Senators James Risch and Bob Menendez for their efforts urging the U.S. Administration to continue funding for diplomacy and development programs.

Congressional leaders urge Administration to resume funding for P2P, development programs

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Congressional leaders urge Administration to resume funding for P2P, development programs

Monday 12 August 2019

ALLMEP thanks Representatives Eliot Engel and Michael McCaul, and Senators James Risch and Bob Menendez for their efforts urging the U.S. Administration to continue funding for diplomacy and development programs.

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From Northern Ireland, lessons on disrupting the polarization of Israeli and Palestinian youth

Thursday 1 August 2019

In a thoughtful opinion piece in The Times of Israel, writer Jonah Naghi discussed the International Fund for Ireland as a model for promoting Israeli-Palestinian reconciliation.

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg donates prize money to Hand in Hand

Wednesday 10 July 2019

After receiving the 2019 Gilel Storch Award, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made the generous choice to divide the prize among three organizations, including ALLMEP member Hand in Hand: Center for Jewish-Arab Education.

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