pIP IN THE MEDIA

November 3, 2016

FEMISPHERE RADIO COLLECTIVE - INTERVIEW CONDUCTED BY JEN UNWIN AND shandi strong

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September 20, 2016

Kaleidherscope (mycyradio) - interview conducted by magda zenon

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August 4, 2016

opinionen: "De glemte stemmer i konflikten: kvinderne i israel og palæstina" (in Danish) by Masih sadat

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August 3, 2016

INSIGHT ON CONFLICT (PEACE DIRECT): "UNSCR 1325 IN PRACTICE: ISRAELI AND PALESTINIAN WOMEN SPEAK UP" BY SARAH ARND LINDER

"If women ruled the world, we would have no wars. This is a statement that many of us may have heard. Whether true or not, we cannot know presently, as women get comparatively little stage time on a global scale on matters of war and peace." 

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July 27, 2016

the turban times: "Personalizing the Conflict - the women in israel and palestine" by masih sadat

"I believe there is a genuine interest on each side to learn more about 'the other.' I think there is some strength in these people learning about each other and hearing each other's stories, instead of just hearing something 'non-personal' from the media."

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July 27, 2016

the huffington post: "Women Unite: This Week In Daily Giving" by ari nessel

 

June 21, 2016

transconflict: "Listening to the other half: personal narratives of Israeli and Palestinian women" by Sarah Arnd Linder

"PiP is not a dialogue group between Israeli and Palestinian women, nor a movement composted of women activists joining demonstrations, who defy the status quo. It 'simply' enables Israeli and Palestinian women to convey to whoever is reading, how they live and experience this conflict in a non-judgmental, honest, safe and open environment and without being interrupted." 

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April 18, 2016

the Huffington post: "Fractured narratives & common goals in israel/palestine" by julie gray

"This work matters. Not because it will necessarily bring peace, however we define that, but because in the face of - in the vortex of what seems like the world’s most convoluted, confusing conflict, there are people marching and teaching and playing sports together and all manner of hopeful, optimistic activities and initiatives."

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February 19, 2016

972mag: "Humanizing the conflict, in the words of the women who live it" by laura selz 

"Too often, we view the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through a political and impersonal framework. But at the end of the day it is individual women and men who are affected by the politics, policy and violence we hear about on the nightly news."

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February 18, 2016

femisphere radio collective - interview conducted by jen unwin and deb kay

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January 18, 2016

girltank: "An israel-based storyteller promoting peace in the middle east"

"About two months, I interviewed four different women within one week, which was quite intensive, because the interviews take up a lot of my energy, as I really sit for one, two or three hours internalizing what is being said to me by the interviewee while typing on my laptop non-stop."

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November 30, 2015

gender focus: "the political is indeed personal in israel and palestine" 

"What is unique about PiP is that it enables women to let their voices be heard throughout the world in a very direct way to readers, sharing women's backgrounds, experiences, fears, joys and opinions. For women who chose to remain anonymous this is crucial, as they may not have similar opportunities to let others know what they have been through."

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jerusalem post: "Palestinians want hope, not just cycles of revenge" by hayat al-hakim

"When you walk in it, you get the feeling that you are attached to everything there. Even though it is under occupation, it is still amazing." 

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