Israeli-Palestinian Process After the Israeli Election: Recalculating the Route

Event Date: Monday March 30, 2015
Time: 4:00 PM
Location: Austin West 111

The Program on Negotiationat Harvard Law School is pleased to present

Israeli-Palestinian Process After the Israeli Election: Recalculating the Route


Attorney Gilead Sher

Head of the Center for Applied Negotiations (CAN)

Senior Research Fellow, Institute for National Security Studies at Tel Aviv University

Gilead Sher Photo

Moderated by

Professor Robert H. Mnookin

Samuel Williston Professor of Law
Chair, Program on Negotiation
Harvard Law School


Monday, March 30
4:00 pm

Austin West 111
Harvard Law School

Free and open to the public; light refreshments will be served.

 About the Speaker:  Gilead Sher heads the Center for Applied Negotiations (CAN) and is a senior research fellow at the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) at Tel Aviv University.

Attorney Gilead Sher (IDF Col., res.) served as Chief and co-Chief negotiator in 1999-2001 at the Camp David summit and the Taba talks, as well as in extensive rounds of covert negotiations.  He was also the Head of Bureau and Policy Coordinator of Israel’s former Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Ehud Barak. Sher is the founding co-chairman of the non-partisan movement Blue White Future, which seeks to help resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and promote a two-state reality, and serves as chairman of the executive board and the board of trustees of Sapir Academic College.  Sher publishes extensively in the media and in 2006 published a book The Israeli-Palestinian Peace Negotiations, 1999-2001: Within Reach. Sher was a visiting professor on Conflict Resolution and Negotiations in Israel and at the Wharton School.  He is a former board member at The Association for Civil Rights in Israel, a former president of Israel Shotokan Karate Association (Fifth Dan), a former chairman of the Sam Spiegel Film and Television School in Jerusalem, and a member of the Council for Peace and Security.


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