The local Arab community in Israel and Arab communities around the Middle East – They will be able to learn more about the inter-relations between their community and its predominant conflict resolution mechanism.
The local Jewish community in Israel – It will have a more accurate insight into the practices of their neighboring, co-national culture. Such knowledge may inform the inter cultural dialogue and increase the understanding of Israeli Jews and Arab alike about the inner workings of their respective cultures.
Academia – It will benefit from access to a central active repository of Sulha related knowledge, the ability to disseminate and exchange information and new research through participation in conferences, hosting of students from around the world and interaction with the academic dispute resolution community – online and through other means of communications.
The legal community worldwide and in Israel – It will have access to a knowledge base that will illuminate aspects of Sulha, enabling practitioners make more educated decisions, and all participants understand better the forces that influence the interactions between Sulha and Israel’s formal legal system.
Local and global dispute resolution communities – They will be able to benefit from continuous input and insight about a functioning dispute resolution tradition in an area of the world that can use any insight into this issue. In particular, the products of the Sulha Research Center may be able to inform the study of inter-cultural dispute resolution methodologies, intra and inter Moslems and non-Moslems.