The Arava Institute: A Model of Coexistence around Environmental Sustainability
Wednesday August 21, 2019
9001 Hillpointe Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89134
About Our Event
With support from Jewish National Fund, the Arava Institute advances cross-border environmental cooperation in the face of political conflict and also educates and prepares future leaders from Israel, the Palestinian Territories, Jordan, and around the world to cooperatively solve the pressing environmental challenges of our time.
Arava Institute Alumnus
Mohammed Azraq was born to Jordanian parents in Kuwait City. A recipient of the Atkin Fellowship for Arab Israeli Peace at King’s College London, he published a paper on grassroots community initiatives for renewable energy generation in West Bank villages. Mohammed is developing a migration narrative project to help young Arab immigrants and Mizrahi/Sephardic Jews connect in Europe.
Arava Institute Alumna
Odeliya Matter was born and raised in Jerusalem with a short stint in Arizona, where her mother performed as a reform cantor. After her Israel Defense Forces (IDF) service, Odeliya organized a delegation of volunteers to Greece to assist their refugee population. In 2018, Odeliya studied at the Arava Institute where she developed her interest in grassroots activism and environmental development.
Rabbi Malcolm Cohen
Ezra Meppen, Director, Las Vegas
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Important Security Information
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