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Research in Human Resources related to the Middle East

This department is a service to all other activities. In its nature of Research, Study and Project Development it supplies the different associations with the needed information, scientific support and knowledge providing a sound and effective work of them. In cooperation with Education for Life it does develop the needed Curricula for School Reform, it provides the necessary sources for inter-religious study and understanding, economic models for reorganizing and better planning of socio-economic development and fit tools for Policy making and Diplomacy.

Here we deal with subjects related to culture, tradition and psychology of the people in the Middles East, e. g. Jewish Heritage, Oriental Mentality, Ancient Wisdom Traditions, Social Science, Economy, Political Science, Islamic Studies etc.

As said above: Every branch of our project is carried by a team of specialists guided by the goals and leaders of the ruling fellowship.

Only in this way – by binding all constructive forces together and sheltering them under one roof and principle, success can be granted. Thus our appeal goes to all and everyone in this country to support us by any possible means and to help us to realize our common goals.  

Diplomacy for Peace:

Gershon Baskin, Ph. D., IPCRI;

Hanna Siniora, IPCRI;

Prof. Jaacov Bar-Siman-Tov, Trueman Institute, Hebrew University;

Ambassador John McDonald, Multi-Track-Diplomacy;

Pia Gyger & Niklas Brantschen, Lassalle-Institute;

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