Do Israelis and Palestinians Really Want Peace? What Opinion Polls in Both Societies Teach Us About The Conflict

Thursday, April 18 
4:30 – 6 p.m.
Haldeman Hall 41 and livestreamed

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The Middle East Dialogues welcomes Dahlia Scheindlin, a fellow at Century International, based in Tel Aviv. She is a public opinion expert and an international political and strategic consultant, as well as a scholar and a writer.

Scheindlin has advised and conducted research on eight national campaigns in Israel over 20 years, and has provided research and advising for elections, referendums, and civil society campaigns in 15 different countries and regions. In the past, Scheindlin worked as a senior analyst for the Washington-based global firm Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, the director of international campaigns at GCS Issue Management, and a researcher at the Israel Democracy Institute. As an independent consultant, she conducts extensive public opinion and policy research on the Israeli–Palestinian conflict and the peace process (including working for Prime Minister Ehud Barak during the Camp David negotiations in 2000, through GQRR). She conducts the ongoing joint Israeli–Palestinian public opinion survey together with the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research.

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