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EU 의회 토론에서 유럽 위원은 팔레스타인 학교 교과서 및 유네스코 표준 문제를 해결합니다.




Members of the European Parliament stressed during a debate in the European Parliament on the “prospects for the two-state solution for Israel and Palestine”, that all Palestinian schoolbooks and school materials supported by European Union funds must be in line with UNESCO standards of peace and tolerance and that EU funding will have to be suspended if there is clear and substantiated evidence of misuse, Yossi Lempkowicz를 씁니다.

13월 2021일 화요일(XNUMX월 XNUMX일) 스트라스부르에서 열린 토론에서 이 문제에 대한 질문에 대해 달리(Dalli) 평등 위원은 유럽 연합이 유네스코 평화, 관용 및 교육에서의 비폭력. Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research(GEI)가 주도한 연구는 XNUMX년 XNUMX월에 출판되었습니다. 유럽 연합은 평화, 관용 및 비폭력에 관한 유네스코 표준을 기반으로 정의된 국제 기준에 따라 팔레스타인 교과서에 대한 독립적인 연구에 자금을 지원했습니다. 교육.

The research by the independent and internationally recognised Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research (GEI) was published in June of last year. “The analysis revealed a complex picture,” Dalli said. The report was shared with the European Parliament and Services briefed various Committees of the European Parliament.

“The independent assessment carried out by the GEI provides an objective basis for the European Union’s engagement with the Palestinian Authority on education reform and changes to the curriculum that are essential with a view to bring about the full adherence to UNESCO Standards on Peace, Tolerance, Coexistence and Non-Violence in all Palestinian educational material,” the commissioner said.

그녀는 유럽연합이 연구를 바탕으로 팔레스타인 자치정부와의 협력을 강화했다고 설명했다. 연구에서 분석되지 않은 교과서. 팔레스타인 학교의 교재는 오랫동안 우려의 대상이었습니다. 비평가들은 이 책에서 반유대주의를 반복적으로 감지했으며 이스라엘은 지도에 나타나지 않으며 테러 공격의 가해자가 영웅으로 제시된다는 점을 지적합니다.

Last May, the European Parliament condemned the Palestinian Authority for the third consecutive year for its abuse of EU funding used to draft and teach new violent and hateful textbooks “worse than previous editions”.

A resolution adopted by the parliament demanded that the Palestinian Authority be “closely scrutinized”, that the curriculum be modified “expeditiously,” and reiterating previous motions adopted by the Parliament insisting that funding to the PA “must be made conditional” on teaching peace and tolerance in compliance with UNESCO standards. Dalli said that the the European Union will remain actively engaged and working towards the relaunch of the two-state solution in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. “We continue to call on the parties to take concrete steps toward relaunching a political horizon and offer our every support towards this end,” she said.


“The European Union will continue to defend the viability of the two-state solution, respect of international law and continue to advocate against any unilateral actions,” she added. Commissioner Dalli, who spoke on behalf of EU foreign policy chief Josep Borell, expressed the EU’s hope that the incoming Israeli government “will confirm the country’s full commitment to the shared values of democracy and rule of law”.

She said the EU “hopes to engage with the next government in serious conversation on the conflict and the need to re-open the political horizon for the Palestinian population”.

At the beginning of her speech, Dalli mentioned that more than 120 Palestinians have been killed. ”Year 2022 is the deadliest for Palestinians in the West Bank since the United Nations started systematically counting fatalities in 2005, when measured on a monthly average,” she said. “It is the deadliest year for Palestinian children in the West Bank in 15 years, with 34 children killed by Israeli forces or settlers, with an overall record high settler violence,” she declared.

“We witnessed a wave of terror attacks across Israel, with more than 20 casualties as reported by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). This was followed by more Israeli military operations and incursions in Palestinian cities,” she added.

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