Rachel Brown (Israel and Palestinian Territories)


Rachel Brown

Rachel Brown (Alternative Information Center - AIC): Rachel graduated in 2005 from Brown University where she concentrated on Middle East Studies with a focus on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. She then entered Teach For America and taught seventh grade English in southwest Atlanta. Rachel then worked as an intern at CARE and also at The Carter Center, where she researched and wrote about the rule of law in West Africa. She also volunteered for the Liberian Truth and Reconciliation Commission Diaspora Project. At the time of her fellowship Rachel was a graduate student at The Fletcher School. Her specific areas of focus were on reconciliation processes and youth and gender in conflict. After her fellowship, Rachel wrote: “I am more open-minded, and open to listening before advocating. I have greater appreciation for grass roots NGOs and the importance of civil society in formal negotiation processes. I feel more confident in my ability to succeed in a difficult circumstance, professionally and socially.”



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Artists Talk About the Wall

In case you’re not a Jerusalemite, the Bezalel art school is for anybody who is

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