This unique Summer Program, taking place during the month of July, is operated by the most well established Israeli conflict resolution graduate program. Its focus is identity-based conflicts, including issues of religion, narratives and culture. It offers 11 credits (including an internship in leading think tanks and practitioners NGOs) and a certificate in conflict resolution. It addresses theoretical and practical aspects of conflict resolution using an interdisciplinary approach (e.g., law, religion, psychology and culture). It also offers a diverse student environment and consists of seminars, workshops, simulations, guest lectures, and two full day study tours in Israel. Applications are open to holders of undergraduate/graduate degrees and current graduate students, worldwide, from all fields and disciplines in social sciences, liberal arts and the humanities. Total tuition: $3,620.