Recording of the January 21, 2024, simulation with Hillel Schenker

Ninety-three percent of the people who initially participated in the simulation supported a federal government for Israel and Palestine. The Parliament passed a constitution and agreed to give a veto power to the Israeli and Palestinian governments over legislation affecting their sovereignty. They also agreed to require the Israeli and Palestinian governments to teach tolerance…

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Recording of the IPC January 7, 2024, simulation with Professor Omer Bar-Tov

Ninety-three percent of the participants who voted agreed to the creation of a common Israeli-Palestinian federal government to achieve peace. The simulated IPC parliament has passed a constitution, agreed to grant veto power to the separate Israeli and Palestinian governments, passed legislation requiring both educational systems to teach tolerance and understanding, including the teaching of…

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Recording of the IPC simulation of November 26, 2023, with Mitchel Plitnick

Ninety-four percent of the participants who voted agreed that a unified federal government would bring peace to Israel and Palestine. In the simulation, the IPC parliament passed a constitution and agreed to grant veto power to both the Israeli and Palestinian governments. Additionally, they unanimously called for the reconstruction of Gaza and southern Israel. To…

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Recording of the simulation with Suzanne Molner on November 12, 2023:

Ninety-three percent of the participants favored the establishment of a joint Israeli-Palestinian government to achieve peace. The parliament, consisting of both Israelis and Palestinians, voted on the following measures to resolve the current crises: 1. The Israeli and Palestinian governments are to immediately cease fire. 2. All parties involved are to return to the borders…

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Recording of the IPC simulation on October 15, 2023, with Dr. Einat Wilf.

Eighty-three percent of the participants who voted agreed that establishing a federal government for Israel and Palestine would lead to peace. The parliament approved a constitution and agreed to grant veto power to the Israeli and Palestinian governments regarding legislation that would impact their sovereignty. They also agreed to pursue peace with Gaza, Iran, Lebanon,…

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Recording of the IPC simulation of October 1, 2023, with Alon Burstein

All participants unanimously supported the establishment of a unified federal  government in Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza. This government will coexist with the Israeli and Palestinian governments, with the aim of achieving peace in the region. During the simulation, the common parliament passed a constitution and agreed to grant veto power to the existing…

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Recording of the September 17, 2023 simulation with Hussein Ibish

All the participants who voted supported the establishment of a unified government for both Israelis and Palestinians. The parliament approved a constitution and agreed to grant a veto power to the current Israeli and Palestinian governments over legislation that would impact their sovereignty. They also agreed to provide compensation to the original Palestinian refugees and…

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