TEDxJaffa - Dalia Landau - Deciding to Open the Door to The Other





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Uploaded on Nov 8, 2011

In her TEDxJaffa talk, Dalia Landau tells the story of her decision to open the door to a stranger, in what ultimately lead to the creation of the Open House in Ramle, Israel.

Dalia was born in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1948. She came to Israel with her family in the European immigration right after the creation of the State of Israel. Her family settled in Ramle in an 'Arab house'. Later she came to know the family that owned the house before 1948 and, together, in their common home, they founded 'Open House', a Jewish Arab co-existence center. Dalia is a student of various religions, literature and psychology. She works as an astrological consultant and teacher, is involved in animal rescue and volunteers with Open House's many projects.

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