REPORTS AND DATA SOURCES, THE PEACE MOVEMENT
A future for Israeli-Palestinian peacebuilding
Ned Lazarus / BICOM (July 2017)
The report finds that grassroots Israeli-Palestinian peace building projects work - and are a vital missing ingredient in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process - and sets out clear recommendations for practitioners and funders looking to help build the conditions for peace between Israelis and Palestinians. PDF >
Peace Now and the Legitimation Crisis of "Civil Militarism"
Michael Feige / Israel Studies (Spring 1998)
Historical analysis of Peace Now, Israel's largest and most influential peace movement. Shows that the initiation of the movement can be explained in terms of the Israeli military ethos, but that gradually the military experience lost its effect on the movement (requires Project Muse login). Read More >