Can Water Bring the Political Process to A Safe Shore?

December 8th, INSS, Tel Aviv

Water Issues, from Source of Conflict to Vehicle for Regional Cooperation and Stability

In cooperation with the global German political foundation, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung – Israel, and the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS), Tel Aviv, EcoPeace Middle East will hold an Israeli and international stakeholder roundtable event on December 8th at the INSS conference hall in Tel Aviv.

The event will bring together high level Israeli officials, international stakeholders and media to discuss the various means in which water-related issues can serve as a catalyst for political breakthrough in the context of Israeli-Palestinian relations and regional water security issues, threats faced and opportunities to move forward.

The event shall include roundtable panel discussions together with keynote addresses from leading key decision makers.

The event will build on the results of the recent November conference organized by EcoPeace in Jordan and will consider opportunities post-US Presidential elections.

We would be honored if you would consider participating in this important event to be held at the INSS in Tel Aviv on December 8th, from 8:30 to 13:00.

A full agenda will follow.

We look forward to your valuable participation; please confirm your participation by Tuesday, December 6th. Click here to register

If you have questions, please email Giulia Giordano at

Oded Eran, Senior Researcher, INSS
Michael Borchard, Director KAS Israel
Gidon Bromberg, Director EcoPeace Middle East