Amos@5: Does the Coronavirus pandemic open up possibilities for reconciliation? With Lucy Talgieh, Zoughbi Zoughbi and Madeleine McGivern

Join Lucy, Zoughbi and Madeleine for Episode 7 of Amos@5 — our webinar series featuring 30-minute conversations with thought-leaders and Amos partners and friends — 5pm BST on Thursdays throughout June.

Amos@5: Does the Coronavirus pandemic open up possibilities for reconciliation? With Lucy Talgieh, Zoughbi Zoughbi and Madeleine McGivern

Join us for Episode 7 of our Amos@5 webinar series as Lucy and Zoughbi from Wi’am Reconciliation Centre in Bethlehem join human rights advocate Madeleine McGivern. 

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Does the Coronavirus pandemic open up possibilities for reconciliation?
Thursday 4th June at 5pm BST

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A discussion centred around whether Coronavirus has created more opportunities for dialogue between Palestinians and Israelis, or if it has further polarised positions. With a call for urgent action over the new Israeli Governments plans to annex large parts of the West Bank.

Lucy Talgieh from Wi'am Reconciliation Centre in Bethlehem, Palestine.

Zoughbi Zoughbi from Wi'am Reconciliation Centre in Bethlehem, Palestine.

Human rights advocate Madeleine McGivern

Lucy Talgieh (top) runs the women’s empowerment programmes at Wi’am Conflict Resolution Centre in Bethlehem. Situated beside one of Bethlehems main checkpoints and the Separation Wall, the centre aims to strengthen local communities and to support them in tackling increased family breakdowns and community tensions created by the Occupation and lack of freedom.

Dr. Zoughbi Alzoughbi (middle), to give him his full title, is the Founder and Director of Wi’am in Bethlehem. No stranger to Amos friends and supporters, Zoughbi is a long-standing Amos partner and friend and has made many visits to the UK from the West Bank.

Madeleine McGivern (bottom) has been a trustee of Amos for three years. She is HelpAge International’s Global Humanitarian Advocacy Adviser, having previously worked as a human rights monitor and advocate, and led a series of programmes and campaigns working in the Middle East team at Christian Aid and for Mind, the national mental health charity. 

Simply click here to register or on the blue button above and sign-up. You will receive an email with details of how to join on the day, including a reminder the day before and an hour before the start time. Registration is free.

We will record and film each of the sessions so that we can make them all available for those that aren’t able to join us on the day.  

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For a while now we’ve been discussing the idea of hosting a series of online webinars — conversations with our partners and friends from around the world. During this time of lockdown, we thought it was more important than ever to continue to talk about the issues that all our partners face, particularly in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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