The Round Table for Dialogue was established in 2010 to bridge the distances between the opposing parties and discuss issues of concern to the camp’s residents. Initially, it focused on the acute crises that were passing through the camp at the time and all active representatives in the camp (political, popular, social, youth) participated in the round table.
Nashet Association’s sought to turn it into a permanent program based on its conviction of the importance of creating spaces for the exchange of views and providing suggestions on all issues of interest to the population. In addition to bringing together views and creating a common language of understanding on priorities, needs, and ways to deal with them.
The round table is supervised by a group of Nashet Youth Torch team and the dialogue is managed by active and recognized neutral individuals to ensure the success of the dialogues and to come up with outputs that benefit the topic of the research on the table of dialogue.