Negotiating Together in Jerusalem

Hi, this is Mike K writing, facilitator and program manager here at PATHWAYS. Throughout the months of November, December and January 2021 PATHWAYS facilitated a five part negotiation skills workshop series for two schools in Jerusalem.  Many thanks to our partners Learning Together who have supported us for many years and helped us connect with these two wonderful groups of…

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Negotiation Skills & Exchange for Students from San Diego and Sha’ar Hanegev

"We are constantly on the lookout for exceptional partners the San Diego Diplomacy Council can work with to share our love of learning, diplomacy, negotiation, and teamwork with others. Few organizations have a vision for a program so closely aligned with ours, and few programs are as successful, as our recent partnership with PATHWAYS." Fabienne Perlov Executive Director, San Diego…

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Creative negotiation skills and exchange for high school students in Sha’ar Hanegev & San Diego

PATHWAYS Institute for Negotiation Education is pleased to announce the launch of a new cross-Atlantic partnership to offer a unique series of virtual joint learning and exchange workshops for high school students in San Diego (USA) and Sha'ar Hanegev (Israel), as part of the cities' sister-city relationship.The program is being developed in partnership with the San Diego Diplomacy Council, the…

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PATHWAYS runs specialized negotiation committee at fourth annual GALMUN conference, helping international delegates build skills around a problem-solving approach to MUN negotiation.

PATHWAYS was engaged for the second consecutive year in the Galilee Model United Nations (GALMUN), a leading Model United Nations conference hosted by St. Joseph Seminary & High School-Almotran in Nazareth, in cooperation with Retorika for Multiculturalism.Thirty five high school students from around the country and abroad gathered for two intensive days of experiential learning of key problem-solving negotiation skills. Participants…

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PATHWAYS launches inaugural Negotiation Education Teachers (NET) Fellowship to work with English Language educators on bringing negotiation education into E.L. classrooms

PATHWAYS is pleased to announce the launch of the Negotiation Education Teachers (NET) Fellowship through which it will work with a diverse cohort of English Language Educators on bringing problem-solving negotiation concepts into English classrooms. The NET Fellows Experience Participating Fellows will take part in a 30-hour professional development course certified by the Ministry of Education, including training seminars conducted…

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PATHWAYS completes 2016-2017 Game Changers program with over 640 students in 32 schools in wide range of communities across Israel

PATHWAYS completed its 2016-2017 academic year Game Changers program with 32 schools across Israel, paired into 16 duos. Over 640 high school students (20 per school) took part in a transformational two-day negotiation skills workshop, meeting and learning a problem-solving approach to negotiation, in English, with students from another school and background. The program was supported by the U.S. Embassy…

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PATHWAYS launches partnership with GALMUN to help build principled, problem-solving negotiation skills for Model United Nations delegates

PATHWAYS is pleased to announce the launch of a partnership with Galilee Model United Nations (GALMUN), a leading Model United Nations conference hosted by St. Joseph Seminary & High School-Almotran in Nazareth in cooperation with Retorika for Multiculturalism. Hosted at the Golden Crown Hotel in Nazareth, GALMUN brings students from different backgrounds together for a two-day Model United Nations experience, helping…

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PATHWAYS launches inaugural year as registered non-profit with Game Changers workshops in 16 schools with over 320 students

PATHWAYS launched its inaugural year as a registered non-profit with a series of Game Changers workshops with 16 high schools (8 pairs) across Israel, representing a diverse cross-section of communities.Over 320 students (20 per school) participated in experiential two-day workshops - one day hosted by each school in a pair - in which they discovered and applied a problem-solving approach…

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