We are happy to announce our next Dinner for 8 host, Fadi Rabieh, Co-manager of the Council of Religious Institutions of the Holy Land and a Conflict Resolution expert. If you are interested in being one of the 8 participants , please fill out your schedule, make sure you select your time zone from the top right corner before you fill up your availabilities. Also make sure you write in your full name in the name field. Please note that we are filling up the slots on a first-come, first-served basis and according to the alignment of schedules so we apologize in advance if we are unable to include you due to scheduling conflicts. We hope that you join us!
Dinner for 8 is a Soliya-hosted virtual gathering bringing together 8 people from the Soliya community with some of the most thought-provoking leaders in the fields of international relations, dialogue, community engagement and new media politics. The dinners will last 2 hours and will be interactive working-style sessions aimed at engaging the community with experts, offering meaningful encounters and gaining insights into best practices.
Please note that these sessions will be recorded and shared with the community at a later date.
Fadi Rabieh Bio:
Fadi Rabieh grew up in the holy – yet divided – city of Jerusalem. He has been working on issues related to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict for the past ten years. Now, he co-manages the Council of Religious Institutions of the Holy Land. A body that brings the highest and official religious institutions to find ways to make religious discourse part of the solution (instead of being part of the problem). From 2008-2012 he worked with Search for Common Ground- Jerusalem office on managing and expanding a Palestinian-Israeli Leadership Network; a network that brings Palestinian and Israeli leaders across sectors—civil society, politics, and business--for relationships building and leadership development. Fadi is a Fulbright fellow and holds a Master degree in Conflict Transformation & Peacebuilding from Eastern Mennonite University in Virginia. And currently pursuing his second MA in Organizational Behavior & Development. He is also a Dalai Lama Fellow.