Konrad-Adenauer Program for Jewish-Arab Cooperation

MK Tzipi Livni at the KAP. Credit: Assaf Shilo / Israel Sun
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MK Tzipi Livni at the KAP. Credit: Assaf Shilo / Israel Sun



The Konrad Adenauer Program for Jewish-Arab Cooperation was established in 2004 as a collaborative effort by the Moshe Dayan Center and the German Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, as part of the MDC. It is
an expansion of the Program on Arab Politics in Israel established by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and Tel Aviv University in 1995.

The purpose of the Program is to deepen the knowledge and understanding of Jewish-Arab relations in Israel through conferences, public lectures and workshops, as well as research studies, publications and documentation.  As part of the latter effort, the KAP produces the quarterly publication Bayan, which consists of original research on  issues at the center of the contemporary national-political, social, and religious agenda of the Arab public in Israel, and on issues that touch upon the relations between Jews and Arabs in Israel. 

The Academic Director of the KAP is Dr. Itamar Radai and the Project Manager is Mr. Arik Rudnitzky