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About Oded Gilad

Oded Gilad is an activist promoting global democracy and world federalism in Israel. He has an MA in Geography from Bar-Ilan University. Oded is also active in the environmental movement.

Articles by Oded Gilad

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Why I chose to give my vote to a Palestinian

To protest against what they see as unjust exclusion, some Israeli citizens have given their vote to Palestinians who couldn't make their voices heard in the January 2013 elections. One of these activist citizens explains why his action could help Israel become a 'real' democracy.

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