Here's a piece about a public health magazine founded last year in Jerusalem and run by Jewish and Arab doctors:
The magazine, believed to be the first such public health journal jointly produced by representatives of two peoples in conflict, is among a slowly growing number of joint Israeli-Palestinian activities that have survived the intifada or begun in recent years, says Shuli Dichter, co-director of Sikkuy, the Jerusalem-based Association for the Advancement of Civic Equality.And this is about another such initiative, All For Peace Radio:
Run by the Biladi Palestinian publishing house and the Kibbutz Artzi movement's Givat Haviva national education center, the station carries cultural programming and music in English, Hebrew and Arabic. Its staff is half Jewish and half Arabic.The article goes on to report a criticism of the station's claim to balance. (Hat tip: AL.)
Additional funding comes from the European Union and the Japanese Embassy in Tel Aviv.
While it has a legal frequency from the Palestinian Authority under terms of the Oslo Accords and works out of a small studio in East Jerusalem, the station is editorially independent and takes neither an Israeli nor a Palestinian position in news coverage, says co-director Maysa Baransi-Siniora.