Peace hackathon tackles Israel/Palestine divide


Fifty young women and men took part in a hackathon in order to find solutions to the barriers to Middle East peace on Friday. The young people came from all over Israel and from almost all of the country’s universities and colleges. Two-thirds of the participants were Jews and the rest were Arabs, Druze and others; 60% of the participants were women. For 24 hours, they defined barriers to peace and developed possible solutions for them.

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