women’s peace movement have been in the independent
organizational structure for women’s cross-culturalactivism, and
in the articulation of an alternative perspective on peace and security.
Since the intifada , Israeli women peace activists have emphasized
the need to establish security based not primarily on military power and
statehood, but on justice, reconciliation and coexistence between
self-help and the mobilisation of residents, motivated to act collectively
to pursue a better quality of life in their districts, a different approach
would be required. Instead of enforcing training or employment, a basic
income, even at a modest level, would more readily facilitate community and
culturalactivism in projects which were not economically self-sustaining.
And local social services, instead of being tied into the policing of