The Emergence of "Collective Equality" in the Resolution of Ethnonational Conflicts

  • Ulster University, BA-03-019 25 - 51 York Street Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT1 2NR United Kingdom

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Room: BA-03-020

“The emergence of “collective equality” in the resolution of ethnonational conflicts.”  Limor Yehuda will present research  inspired by the  Good Friday Agreement seeking to explore whether an obligation to Collective Equality can serve as a useful guideline in ethno-national conflict resolution in general, and particularly  in the Israeli/Palestinian peace process.

Limor Yehuda  reached academic research after about 16 years as an attorney, including six years at Israel's Supreme Court as a legal assistant and member of Chief Justice Aharon Barak’s legal team, and eight years at the Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI).