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Face to Face: i giovani di Neve Shalom - Wahat al Salam

In Israele, tra Tel Aviv e Gerusalemme, si trova Neve Shalom - Wahat al Salam, una comunità dove ebrei e palestinesi hanno deciso di vivere insieme, affrontando senza violenza i conflitti tra i loro popoli. Oggi cinquanta famiglie vivono a Neve Shalom - Wahat al Salam: metà ebree e metà palestinesi.Per i giovani di Neve Shalom - Wahat al Salam, cosa vuol dire crescere insieme? Mariagrazia MoncadaRegista-operatrice per le case di produzione video di Bologna Luis.it e Baule dei Suoni; per i service Ocsa e Immagini e Suoni; e per Moviefarm di Milano. Ha realizzato in Vietnam un documentario sui bambini di strada, intitolato "Lustrascarpe".Danielle Mitzman Giornalista radio-televisiva. Ha lavorato a Londra come produttrice/regista alla BBC Radio 4. In Italia lavora come giornalista radiofonica freelance per BBC World Service e Radio 4, Londra; Deutsche Welle, Bonn; Radio Netherlands Worldwide, Amsterdam. promosso da Arcoiris Bologna

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Face to Face: the young people of Neve Shalom - Wahat al Salam

On a hill in Israel, between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, lies the village of Neve Shalom - Wahat al Salam, a community where Jews and Palestinians have decided to live together. They have chosen to deal with the conflict between their two peoples in a non-violent way. Today there are fifty families living in Neve Shalom - Wahat al Salam: half of them are Jewish and the other half are Palestinian.For the young people of Neve Shalom - Wahat al Salam, what does growing up together mean to them?Mariagrazia MoncadaDirector-editor, making freelance documentaries, corporate films and fashion videos for various production companies. As well as her work as a documentary maker, she runs workshops in schools and associations focusing on intercultural relations. She has worked with numerous film and television production companies in Bologna and Milan. Danielle Mitzman Broadcast journalist. She has worked in London as a researcher for BBC Radio 4 and as a producer and reporter for Woman's Hour. In Italy she works as a freelance reporter, making social and cultural features for BBC World Service and Radio 4, London; Deutsche Welle, Bonn (English service); Radio Netherlands Worldwide, Amsterdam (English service). promoted by Arcoiris Bologna