Public Events in New York

Beyond the Walls

Do we have a vision for peace in the “Holy Land”?
How can a small group have a global effect?
What is our role in the current uprisings in the world?

The Peace Research Village Middle East is part of an international network of peace communities that model cooperation with all inhabitants, with the aim of establishing genuine peace in the world. Its focus is research work in the areas of water, nutrition, energy, spirituality and social structures. It is carried by a committed pioneer group of Palestinians, Israelis and internationals who put their lives in service of the idea that sustainable peace can be achieved only when it reaches both inner and outer peace work.

Aida Shibli (Palestine), Tamir Yaari and Uri Ayalon (Israel) studied and lived in Tamera peace center in Portugal during the previous four years and moved back to the Middle East last November in order to manifest the vision of establishing a model for a new peace culture. You are invited to join them in an series of inspiring and revolutionary events in New York with people who believe that this world can be saved.


June 6th (Wednesday)

The 2012 Buckminster Fuller challenge award celebration

2:00PM-9:00PM. Free entrance. RSVP required:

at 41 Cooper Square

further information here


June 8th (Friday)

1) Shabat Service with Romemu community

7:00PM- 8:45PM

165 West 105th Street


2) An evening with Ganas community

135 Corson Ave., Staten Island

contact Susan for more details:


June 10th (Sunday)

A movie and a panel about: Documentation and Activism on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

(With Uniondocs and Just Vision)

4:00PM. Entrance: $12

322 Union Avenue in Williamsburg

further information here

June 11th (Monday)

Beyond the Wallspresentation of the vision and current steps of the PRV-ME

6:30PM – 9:00PM

Flow Space, 675 Hudson Street, Suite 5N

RSVP required to:

Free entrance. Donations Welcome.

further information here