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Two-state Solution: more important now than ever? by Itay Garmy
Monday 21 June, 20:00 - 21:30
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is among the most divisive and complicated issues on the global stage today. Each time the conflict escalates our news is filled with reports about the situation and nearly every important politician throughout the world is expected to have an opinion about it. During this lecture we will discuss the origins and consequences of the conflict and try to answer questions like: What is the way forward for both Israelis and Palestinians? Is a peace agreement possible in the near future? What is the two state solution and why is it important? Should the EU play a role in the conflict and what kind of role can it take?Please join the lecture to find out everything you want to know about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The lecture will take place in a hybrid-form: A certain amount of attendees are allowed to attend physically in the Van Swinderen Huys following a sign-up via this Google Form.
For everyone else, the lecture will be live-streamwed to watch online.
If you would like to attend the lecture physically, please sign up via this form. In total, there is space for 30 people in the room. If all spots are filled, your name will be added to the waiting list and you will notified if someone else cancels.
If you would like to watch the lecture via the online live stream, you do NOT have to sign up and can just follow the lecture online at 20:00.
If you have signed up, but would like to cancel your attendance, please send an email to Anna at firstname.lastname@example.org. Should you feel ill on the day of the lecture, we strongly encourage you to cancel your participation and stay at home to take care of yourself.
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