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UPH presents study on confederal proposals for Israeli-Palestinian conflict

UPEACE Centre The Hague (UPH) is proud to present a study on proposals for more inclusive or confederal arrangements in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. With this initiative, we hope to contribute to further efforts and studies to revive prospects for peace between Israel and Palestine on the basis of a two-state outcome.

The report consists of an executive summary and four separate papers (view by clicking on hyperlinks):



The study is the work of Christoph Schmitt, a German alumnus of the University for Peace who, after following a year-long Masters’ at the UPEACE campus in Costa Rica, spent a three-month internship on this investigation. The project was supervised by Robert Serry, UPH chairman and former UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, and was also partly facilitated by the Rabbani Foundation in The Hague.