Games for Peace’s Play2Talk school program, which uses the popular computer game Minecraft to foster trust and create a dialogue between Jewish and Arab schoolchildren, is set to run in 12 schools in the coming school year.

 

The program will run as part of a collaboration between Games for Peace and The Amal educational network, a leading school network in Israel with 128 educational institutions across the country, including high schools, junior high schools and colleges.

 

The program will focus on the southern Negev district, and will connect between Jewish and Arab schools in Be’er Sheva, Tel Sheva, Hura, Dimona, Kseife and Tel Aviv.