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Jan, 27 2021

On Teaching in a Divided Nation


Nov, 27 2020

The Big Give Christmas Challenge: Doubling your donations

This year we’re taking part in The Big Give Christmas Challenge which means that all your donations will be doubled!

Nov, 11 2020

Remembering Dr. Saeb Erekat & Lord Jonathan Sacks

We were very sad this month to hear of the passing of Lord Jonathan Sacks and Dr. Saeb Erekat. Here at SNS, part of our learning about the conflict is examining the lives and efforts of leaders like these in trying to promote dialogue, negotiation and to find a way forward on the difficult path to peace - both among our British communities and in Israel-Palestine. They modelled attempts to understand others, whilst also showing leadership and being clear about their own beliefs and views. 

Oct, 16 2020

Helping Me Look Deeper at Palestine


Oct, 16 2020

Tackling Prejudice and Polarisation

I recently had the pleasure of leading a lunchtime talk on August 28 for members of ENCATE. The topic was understanding and tackling Antisemitism and Islamophobia in relation to the discourse around the topic of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Jun, 25 2020

Reflecting on Racism

Reflecting on the global protests taking place by Black Lives Matters and the racist and misinformed counter protests has been an emotional rollercoaster and has triggered trauma to resurface. I’ve been feeling overwhelmed, angry, and sad, and despair has been provoked by the personal conversations and public discourse. I have also found solace and camaraderie, knowing that I am not alone.

Apr, 01 2020

A Dam Just Broke. We Are The Water.

The week the government closed British schools was one of the most challenging of my life. Sudden, difficult decisions had to be made that were unthinkable the previous week.

Mar, 27 2020

#HumansOfSNS: A shift with an Israeli ambulance driver during coronavirus lockdown

As people and governments around the world deal with the international COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, we’ve been asking our Fellows for their thoughts and feelings on how this global is affecting them. If you have any questions for Eran or our other speakers - whose stories we’ll publish in the coming days and weeks - drop us an email at - Laurence @ SNS

I'm writing this post in the middle of a shift as an ambulance driver collecting corona samples.

Mar, 09 2020

Thoughts on Coronavirus, Quarantine and Freedom of Movement


Feb, 20 2020

"It turned the conflict from something that I have studied to something that I have felt"

My introduction to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict came when I was about 16 after I attended a play called ‘Go to Gaza, Drink the Sea’. Watching this play was a moment of political awakening for me, of political consciousness. I became aware of how little I knew about the world outside of my continent, comforted in a bubble that atrocities are confined to history, they’re something we study, not something we experience.