How can a culture of peace be established in the Middle East?

As we look back over the past few years of CPNN articles on this subject (see below), it is clear that the key to peace in the Middle East is justice for the people of Palestine. See the related discussion, Presenting the Palestinian side of the Middle East; Is it important for a culture of peace?

UN commemorates International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People
Australia: Antony Loewenstein wins the 2019 Jerusalem (Al Quds) Peace Prize
Manifesto on diversity: the Land of Canaan
Dr. Garbis Der-Yeghiayan Elected Chair of Rotary Middle East Initiative Council
BDS Victory: Irish Senate Approves Bill Boycotting Israeli Settlement Goods
Israelis ‘Blacklists’ 20 pro-BDS Groups Banned from Entry, Including Nobel Winners AFSC
Ahed Tamimi: The Mandela of Palestine?
The Elders applaud Palestinian reconciliation; renew call for end to blockade of Gaza
USA: Israel-Palestine statement by the Mennonites takes a ‘third way’
Tel Aviv rally for two-state model
Jordan: RC societies meeting kicks off Tuesday to promote culture of peace
Conférence pour la paix au Proche-Orient – Déclaration conjointe
Middle East Peace Conference Joint Declaration
The Elders welcome Paris Mideast peace conference, urge all P5 states to show leadership
The Elders welcome Paris conference as step towards two-state solution for Israel-Palestine
March of Hope gathers 20,000 in historic Jerusalem rally
The Elders welcome Iranian nuclear agreement as boost to Middle East peace
The Elders applaud Palestinian unity agreement
The Elders support Palestinian move to sign international treaties
Jordan River Conference
Under the Same Sun: A film for Israel and Palestine
Peace through Commerce in Israel and Palestine
The Elders welcome UN recognition of Palestine as an observer state
The Gaza Peace Center organizes a workshop on freedom of expression
A Letter from the Palestinian nonviolence Resistance
Breaking Them Down: Walls that Block People and Walls that Block Words
“Colors from Palestine” Calendars and Cards
Four Opportunities to Visit the Holy Land

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