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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Ameinu.
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  • Mira Sucharov [r]: Associate Professor of Political Science, Carleton University specializing International Relations theory, international security, conflict resolution, psychological & constructivist approaches to IR, Israeli foreign policy and the Israel-Palestine Conflict and peace process; contributor to Ameinu website; past faculty Georgetown University and for the University of South Carolina's Washington Semester Program, visiting fellow at Hebrew University of Jerusalem's Truman Institute [e]
  • Jamie Levin [r]: Former Executive Director of Ameinu; now pursuing an advanced degree in Canada; National Director of Habonim Dror North America in 2001-02; MS in Political Economy from the London School of Economics in 2004, specializing in the economic aspects of the Oslo Accords between Israel and the Palestinian Authority [e]
  • Einat Ramon [r]: First Israeli-born woman rabbi, ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary in the U.S., after returning to Israel in 1984, teaching at various Israeli academic institutions (including the Hebrew University, the Shalom Hartman Institute, Hebrew Union College and Kibbutzim College of Education), and supervising a Masorti (Conservative) congregation (Havurat Tel Aviv) in north Tel Aviv. In 1996-1997 (during the peak of the battle against the conversion bill) she was the spokesperson of the Masorti (Conservative) Movement in Israel. [e]
  • Noam Dolgin [r]: Associate Director of the Teva Learning Center and an alumnus of Habonim Dror North America; ran for the Green Zionist Alliance in the most recent World Zionist Congress elections; Ameinu website contributor [e]
  • Yael Dayan [r]: 1939-) deputy mayor of Tel Aviv-Yafo; three time Member of Knesset (Labor Party (Israel)); daughter of Moshe Dayan [e]
  • Ezra Weinberg [r]: First Director of the Habonim Dror Foundation; member of Kvutsat Yovel; Ameinu website contributor [e]
  • Guy Spigelman [r]: Editor of "Revival", the English language news magazine of the Labor Party (Israel);VP Asia Pacific at XMPie, a leading provider of software for the advertising and printing industry;founded I-tech, the hitech forum of the Israeli Labor Party; Board member of Merchavim, the Institute for the Advancement of Shared Citizenship in Israel; contributor to Ameinu website [e]
  • Colette Avital [r]: Senior Adviser and Israeli supporter, J Street; Former Deputy Speaker of Knesset; Israeli Consul General in New York City [e]
  • Norman Gelman [r]: Retired public affairs consultant to major U.S. corporations including IBM, Citicorp, and Ford Motor Co., among others. Prior to that, he was on the professional staff of the U.S.Senate Committee on Commerce, specializing in international trade policy. Past president, American Jewish Committee's Washington, D.C., chapter and is currently a member of AJC's Board of Governors; vice-chairman of the American Jewish International Relations Institute (AJIRI). [e]
  • Ron Werber [r]: President of the Tel-Aviv based Werber Public Affairs agency.; head of the Labor Party (Israel) emergency restructuring program and Acting General Director of the party [e]
  • Steven Hancoff [r]: Guitarist and recording artist designated an Artistic Ambassador by the US State Department in 1993; conducted master classes and performed concerts that describe and demonstrate the history and evolution of American folk music and jazz, and its relationship with the development of American democracy. In 2002, during the height of the intifada and in response to concert cancellations by some international artists, he organized a free, ten-city concert tour throughout Israel; contributor to Ameinu website [e]
  • Gershon Baskin [r]: Israeli Co-Director and founder of the Israel-Palestine Center for Research and Information (IPCRI) - a joint Israeli-Palestinian public policy think; founded in 1988 following ten years of work in the field of Jewish-Arab relations within Israel, in Interns for Peace, the Ministry of Education and as Executive Director of the Institute for Education for Jewish-Arab Coexistence (established by the Israeli Ministry of Education and the Prime Minister's Office). ; member of the Jerusalem Experts Committee established by the Israeli Prime Minister's Office during the Final Status Negotiations in 2000-2001; member of the Israeli Council for Peace and Security; he is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of MAKOM, the Israeli Center for Environment Mediation and he was a founding chairman of Kehilat Kol Haneshama in Jerusalem where he served as Chairman for three years; contributor to Ameinu website [e]

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