Press breakfast : Palestine-Israel – One State or two States? A Perspective for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Date(s) - 02/04/2019
08:45 - 10:00

Press Club Brussels Europe



One State or two States?

Press Breakfast with Gideon Levy

Journalist at Haaretz

A Perspective for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Tuesday 2 April at 8.45am

Press Club Brussels Europe

Rue Froissart 95 – 1040 Brussels


The Oslo agreement was signed in September 1993 as a starting point for a peace process between Israelis and Palestinians. According to the Gaza-Jericho accord that followed in May 1994, an agreement on the final status of the Palestinian occupied territories should have been reached 5 years after latest, i.e. by May 1999. Almost 20 years have passed since then, while the occupation and colonisation of the Palestinian territories has never ceased. The perspective for a two-states’ solution looks so gloomy that some voices have raised in order to question the possibility of such a solution to the conflict, and have put forward a one-state solution for the two people as a viable alternative.

Prominent Israeli journalist Gideon Levy is one of them. What is his perspective on that? As a contributor to the Israeli Haaretz newspaper, Gideon Levy has a deep knowledge of Israeli-Palestinian politics. He will share with us his perspective and analysis about the future and the solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.