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The set of two DVDs is centered around seven short films about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict made collaboratively by teenagers from Israel, Palestine, and Canada during the summer of 2006 in British Columbia, Canada. The set also contains the inspiring behind-the-scenes documentary “Peacing It Together” by award-winning filmmakers Erik Paulsson and Nova Arlene Ami. 

This half hour documentary follows the transformative process undergone by the youths as they worked together to create their films.  In addition, there is over an hour and a half of extra footage including six interviews with select program participants and eight workshops that took place at the Peace it Together summer program.

The DVD set also contains a teacher’s guide designed by the Peace it Together Society to assist educators in screening these films to secondary and post-secondary students living outside the Middle East.  This Teacher’s Guide offers questions for discussion and activities for each of the films. 

Who should use this package?
This package is suitable for classes in history, conflict resolution, Middle-East politics, current affairs, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, social studies, peace studies, media literacy, communication, and film studies.

We hope this teaching resource will:

  • broaden your students’ understanding of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict,
  • help your students identify with their peers in the region,
  • inspire your students to participate in peace building in general, and
  • encourage them to make a difference in their communities and in the world.

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