I too am in the early stages of my academic career. Right now working on an article about dialogue groups and how they define success and, of course, seeking the right venue for publication. I would be happy to review and be reviewed…"
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I have a PhD in Organizational Behavior from Case Western Reserve University with a focus on dialogue and peacebuilding. I live in Cleveland, Ohio and Karkur, Israel.
Currently, I am an adjunct professor at the Herzliyya Interdisciplinary Center Academic Institution. I am also a Research Fellow at the Center for Action Research and Social Justice at the Yezreel Valley College. Currently, I am facilitating a group of Arab and Jewish women with the objective of empowering change agents in the city of Akko, Israel.
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Peace Researcher, Adjunct Professor of Organizational Behavior
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The United States government has pledged over three billion dollars a year in military aid to the State of Israel until the year 2018. This is on top of, well over a hundred billion dollars of United States aid to the State of Israel over the years. With two-thirds of it being military aid. It works out to over five-hundred dollars per every Israeli annually... Global Crier
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Would you please like to share more on peacebuilding through social entrepreneurship, dialogue and civic activism? How these triangular forces can be activated so as to bring peace and progress? I hope you do.
Its good to have you for a friend Nurete. I was just so joyful when I read your thesis and saw that you had gathered some of the Traubmans' stories together for us all to share! Outcomes from my dialogue: you can't love someone if you don't know them, don't make the other "the same" as you before you love them, all accepted the commandment to love God and neighbour. The Rosemans came from Germany to London and thence to Australia. I live in a very isolated part of South Eastern Victoria, although my research was done in Sydney, NSW, Australia. With my thanks for all your work, it will make the world a better place! Hilarie Roseman
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