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Mr. Mohammad Darawshe

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Director of Planning

Email: m***@***.il
Local Address:  Iksal , Israel
Givat Haviva

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • M.A. , Public Administration
    Hartford University
  • B.A
    Hebrew University
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THE BLACKLISTED JOURNALIST,AN ARAB SCHOLAR VISITS ISRAELI PEACE CENTER BY LYDIA EISENBERG,Amir Mountain range,Arab village, Professor Gehad Masarweh,Freiburg University,Israeli Bard Haim Nachman Bialik, 15 April 2003 [cached]
Amram, Director of the Art Center, and Mohammad Darawshe, Givat Haviva's Public Relations Director.
OneVoice International [cached]
Mohammed Darawshe, OneVoice Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director of the Abraham Fund Initiatives; U.S.
(n) International Summit on Democracy, Terrorism and Security | Safe Democracy, 30 April 2006 [cached]
By Mohammad Darawshe (for Safe Democracy)
Mohammad Darawshe discusses the implications of the results in the recent March 2006 Israeli parliamentary elections and states that the elections increased the Arab minoritie's representation in Israel's Knesset, thereby winning ten percent of Parliament seats. Darawshe explains the three factors that contribute to the Arab lower share of voters in terms of their actual population and they are: lower turnout rate, age, and citizenship status. According to him, the Arab political parties must unite to form one coalition (rather than four, separate parties) in order to establish legitimacy as a true option and not simply remain an opposition voice.
Mohammad Darawshe is the Director of Public Relations at Givat Haviva, The Jewish-Arab Center for Peace. He is cofounder of One Voice Movement, for peace.
OneVoice Blog, Empowering Israeli and Palestinian Citizens toward a Two State Solution:, 1 May 2004 [cached]
"It is remarkable that citizens on both sides are so clearly speaking up against extremism and for a concrete solution to the conflict even during these trying times," said OneVoice Mideast Director Mohammad Darawshe.
American-Israel Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Minnesota, 11 Nov 2002 [cached]
Mohammad Darawshe, regional director and co-founder of One Voice, said that "the aim of this project is to awaken the voice of the silent majority on both sides and involve people in helping to solve the main issues by getting their input"."The first stage will be to collect signatures on a proclamation of principles, which will be the gateway for engaging in a dialogue on the way to drafting proposals for overcoming obstacles on the path to peace," Darawshe said."Those who sign the proclamation will then be eligible to participate in a truly public referendum, via e-mail, phone, and traditional door-to-door canvassing that we hope will reach hundreds of thousands if not millions of people.They will be asked to give their views on proposals formulated by experts to resolving the 10 key issues."The panel of experts, composed of 15 Israelis and similar numbers of Palestinians and international specialists, is to be chaired by former Under-Secretary of State Stuart Eisenstat.The panel is slated to meet in August to draft the proposals for solving key issues such as Jerusalem, borders, Palestinian refugees, water allocations, economic, social, and cultural ties."The issues and the proposals for resolving them through negotiations will be made public and Palestinians and Israelis, who signed the proclamation, will be invited to submit their views based on a grading system," Darawshe explained."To this end we will be distributing hundreds of computer terminals to community centers, schools, and offices of non-governmental organizations in Israel and the PA areas.After about two years, all the findings will be collected and the original proposals will be revised in light of the results by the panel of experts."Darawshe said that IBM had donated $ 1.3 million worth of computer hardware and software to assist with the project.He added that altogether the One Voice project would cost around $6M - of which over $2M had already been raised.
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