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Peace Is What People Do.

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The Embodying Peace Fellowship is a three-month virtual study and internship program supporting peacebuilding in Israel-Palestine.

We believe that peace is what people do. It is what we must do, what we must embody in deeds.

Since Summer 2020, we have reviewed 243 applications and connected 84 volunteers to 21 NGOs, contributing cumulatively over 4000 hours of volunteer time. 

For all inquiries, email adi@amal-tikva.org.

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The Embodying Peace Fellowship

The Fellowship runs three times year. Applications are released at least a month before the cycle begins.

   October – December
   February – May
   June – August



What is the Fellowship? 

A three-month virtual study and internship program supporting peacebuilding in Israel-Palestine.

   
Build a network via group study of our unique curriculum.
   
Participate in exclusive webinars with leading scholars, activists,         
   and professionals in the peacebuilding field.
   
Produce articles for our digital publication, Fieldbuilding.org.
   
Intern remotely with leading NGOs for three or six months.
   
Gain nonprofit skills: grant writing, social media, copy writing and   
   more.



Who is it For? 

The Embodying Peace Fellowship is open for people who have at least completed their second year of undergraduate studies.

Successful applicants demonstrate passion for peacebuilding, experience in key nonprofit areas, and an openness to learn in diverse settings. Arabic and/or Hebrew fluency is highly valued.



Time Commitment

Fellows devote 5 – 15 hours per week on their internship projects. Additional time commitments over three months include:

   Bi-weekly 1.5 hr cohort gatherings (10.5 hrs total)
   Weekly 30-min check-ins with NGO internship coordinator (6 hrs total)
   Monthly survey (0.75 hr)
   Exit interview (0.75 hr)
   Total = 18 hrs




Our Fellowship Curriculum

Module 1  “Youth, Trauma, & $250 million: What Propels Peacebuilding?”
Module 2  “The Oslo Accords: Seeds of Peace Activism”
Module 3  “People-to-People (P2P)  Programs: The Face of Oslo-era Peacebuilding”
Module 4  “Evaluating the Efficacy of P2P Programs”
Module 5  “Anti-normalization: A Critique and Challenge to P2P Peacebuilding”
Module 6  “Redefining Peacebuilding in a Post-Oslo Era: The Case of Uninational Palestinian Efforts”
Module 7  “Building the Field of Peacebuilding for Today”

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