ALLMEP took part part in an innovative event on Northern Ireland’s Lessons for Israeli-Palestinian Peace at the United States Institute of Peace on Monday, March 13th. USIP and the Embassy of Ireland in Washington, D.C. gathered together former government officials, peacebuilding practitioners and scholars to examine what worked in advancing peace in Northern Ireland—and what lessons might be applied to the difficult process of peacemaking and peacebuilding between Israelis and Palestinians. Organized by ALLMEP, the second panel of the event discussed the International Fund for Israeli-Palestinian Peace in relation to its precedent, the International Fund for Ireland. Former Senator George Mitchell, who served as an envoy in both peace processes, keynoted the event. Thanks to our friends at USIP for putting on this incredible conference.
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