Some examples of dialogue

“Entrepreneurship: A Euro – Arab Solution?”

4/12/2015. In December 2015 the Lutfia Rabbani Foundation organized a public event at the Spaansche Hof in the Hague. During this event, the Foundation brought together Arab and European entrepreneurs and experts from the private, public and education sectors to share their conclusions and recommendations following a two-day workshop. Watch the video of the event for more information about the conclusions. You can also read our report here to know more about the topic, the proceedings of the workshop, its findings and overall significance.

“Arab future & the role of Europe: A Euro-Arab Dialogue”

27/11/2014. In November 2014 the Lutfia Rabbani Foundation organized a conference on ‘Arab future & the role of Europe’ as part of the Dialogue Platform. The conference in the Peace Palace was a gathering of Arabs and Europeans to reflect upon the Euro-Arab relationship. Under the leadership of BBC Chief International Correspondent Lyse Doucet and with a keynote presentation by United Nations diplomat Lakhdar Brahimi, panelists from a broad spectrum of fields addressed the challenges of political transition, economic development, education and social engagement.

Check out the programme of the 2014 Euro-Arab Dialogue Forum on the Arab Future and the Role of Europe & Watch the 2014 Euro-Arab Dialogue Forum on YouTube. Read the 2014 Euro-Arab Dialogue Forum Report.

“Palestinian Democracy and the Future of Peace in the Middle East: A Euro-Arab Dialogue”

The inaugural Mahmoud S. Rabbani Lecture Series was delivered by Dr. Mustafa Barghouthi on “Palestinian Democracy and the Future of Peace in the Middle East: A Euro-Arab Dialogue” in 2005. Dr. Barghouthi is an active participant in the building of a democratic Palestinian civil society and is a prominent leader of the Palestinian struggle. The discussion addressed the importance of Palestinian civil society and cooperation with Europe. His Excellency Mr. A.A.M (Dries) van Agt, former Prime Minister of the Netherlands joined the lecture as a discussant.

“The Peace Process: From Breakthrough to Breakdown”

In December 2010, Palestinian Roving Ambassador Afif Safieh presented a lecture on “The Peace Process: From Breakthrough to Breakdown” at the International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University. Ambassador Safieh is a passionate proponent of peace in Palestine and was involved in the Stockholm negotiations which led to the first official and direct American-Palestinian dialogue and has further been involved in many other aspects related to the peace process.