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The Israeli Palestinian Confederation (IPC) is an organization which developed a model to create a common government for the people of Israel and Palestine side by side with the existing Israeli and Palestinian governments. The IPC conducts regular and frequent zoom simulations to demonstrate how this Confederation would work… Learn More
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Recordings of Prior Simulations
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- Recording of the May 14th simulation with Dr. Bennet Ramberg
- Recording of the April 30th simulation with Sam Bahour and Bernard Avishai
- Recording of the April 16th simulation with Oren Yiftachel
- Recording of the April 2nd simulation.
- Recording of the March 19th simulation.
- Reflections on the simulation of September 11, 2022, with Professor Menachem Klein.
- Recordings of the March 5th simulation with Gili Getz and Rabbi Neil Comess-Daniels
- Recording of the February 19, 2023, simulation with Dr. Doron Navot
- Recording of the February 5th simulation with Richard Falk
- Reflections on the simulations of January 22, 2023
- Reflections /recording of the January 8, 2023, simulation
- Recording of the IPC End of The Year Review meeting of December 11, 2022
- Reflections on the simulation of November 27th with Mordechai Kedar.
- Reflections on the simulations with Former U.S. State Department Middle East expert Aaron David Miller.
- Reflections on the meeting of October 30, 2022 with May Pundak.
- Reflections on the simulation of October 16th with Professor Ian S. Lustick
- Reflections on the meeting with Gideon Levy on October 2, 2022
When many on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are unwilling to see the two state solution as a solution, what is left?
The documentary feature Surviving Peace delves deeply into the core issues driving the Israeli—Palestinian conflict to question why these two innovative and resourceful peoples suffer from stagnation of thinking and lack of imagination when it comes to living in peace with each other. Leading thinkers and government officials on both sides, as well as ordinary people deliver startling admissions as they are confronted with the possibility of a way forward out of their current political impasse: confederation. With the two state solution now largely seen as dead in the water, and the status quo unacceptable, many are opening their eyes to other possibilities recently dismissed as implausible. Surviving Peace explores whether the creation of a third governmental body with equal sovereignty could be a way forward.