Prof. Malloy in Jerusalem: Managing Diversity through Non-territorial Autonomy

ECMI Director Dr Tove H. MalloyProf. Malloy presents at the International Roundtable on Building a Shared Society in a Sustainable Democracy organized in Jerusalem, Israel by Citizen’s Accord Forum between Jews and Arabs in Israel.

On 3 and 4 November 2015 Prof. Malloy participates in the series of events organized by Citizen’s Accord Forum between Jews and Arabs in Israel in Jerusalem, Israel. The events include:

  • A Round Table of experts on cultural and legal autonomy in Arab Society – discussing an international perspective,
  • Workshop with Ultra-Orthodox Women “Deliberative Dialogue. And its appliance to work in our community”,
  • Second International Roundtable on Building a Shared Society in a Sustainable Democracy.

The events consist of thematic discussion rounds and presentations by researchers, academics and practitioners from various countries and institutions. During the roundtable, Prof. Malloy presents and shares her expertise on “Managing Diversity through Non-territorial Autonomy. Assessing Advantages, Deficiencies, and Risks”. In her presentation, Prof. Malloy defines non-territorial autonomy (NTA), presenting merits and problems of institutional NTAs, as well as trends in current NTA research. The presentation of Prof. Malloy reflects on her research and the Volume I on non-territorial autonomies, published by the Oxford University Press.

The series of events focus on the principles of building shared societies in a sustainable democracy and on the practical level of translating these principles to the most efficient tools and methodologies. The aim of the discussions is to identify the praxis – the connection between theory and the practice. The events are organized the Citizen’s Accord Forum between Jews and Arabs in Israel in collaboration with Hanns Seidel Foundation. The event is a follow up of the First International Roundtable organized in October 2014.

Also relevant:

Prof. Malloy Publishes New Volume on Managing Diversity through Non-Territorial Autonomy

Prof. Malloy publishes the second volume on non-territorial autonomy

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