The International Institute of Peace Studies and Global Philosophy is proposing a 19 Point Peace Plan for Gaza and Palestine and Israel, which has arisen out of the ongoing tragedy of the conflict between Israel and Palestine, especially Gaza, and the need to solve this situation once and for all, to the benefit of everyone involved. The proposal is fair and just to all sides in this conflict and would provide a long term solution to redress the struggle at root source. It can be regarded as an application of a methodology of creative non-violence and equity-creation, reducing fear and insecurity on all sides, and providing a deep-seated security structure for a lasting and permanent peace between two independent, secure, non-violent, autonomous and sovereign states, Israel and Palestine.
The proposer, Dr Thomas Clough Daffern, is a dual Canadian-British citizen living in Scotland, UK, who has travelled and taught in over 30 countries worldwide and is Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of the Middle East. He is also Director, International institute of Peace Studies and Global Philosophy (IIPSGP), European coordinator, International Philosophers for Peace and the Prevention of Nuclear Omnicide (IIPPNO) and Chair, Commonwealth Interfaith Network. He holds a doctorate in the transpersonal history of interfaith peace studies from the University of London. www.educationaid.net email: firstname.lastname@example.org