Almedalsveckan: The conflict between Israel and Palestine is still unresolved almost 30 years after the Oslo Accords.
Can Nordic models like the Åland example and the two national language solution in Finland be a model for a future democratic one-state solution for Israel-Palestine?
Now while the world is focusing on the Russian war in Ukraine, the conflict between Israel and Palestine is still unresolved. Almost 30 years after the Oslo Accords there is still no constructive solution in sight. How has Sweden and Finland actively tried to solve the conflict in the past? Can the Åland Example and the two national language solution in Finland be a model for a future democratic one-state solution? Are there other constructive ideas from a Swedish and Finnish perspectives we can utilize?
Iyad Masrouji, Business leader, Social Activist
Roger Haddad, Member of Parliament
Anna Sundström, Secretary general, Olof Palmes International Centre
Erik Lysén, Acting director, ACT Church of Sweden
Gunvor Kronman, CEO, Hanaholmen – Swedish-Finnish Cultural Centre
Moderator: Pär Lager
The programme is arranged in cooperation with the Swedish-Finnish Cultural Foundation.