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Thursday, 19 March 2015

Palestine Justice Network - links to: help for human rights and justice for Palestine

THURSDAY, 22 JULY 2010 17:17

These sections by country aim to put together highlights of possible actions for human rights and justice that are unique to each country (like US, Canada, Australia etc). Obviously there are also common actions that are to be done by all (e.g. campaigns like breaking the siege on Gaza).  Certainly and by nature actions in Palestine are the most significant and have led the actions for our freedom.  We in Palestine have engaged in resisting the Zionist project for 130+ years (the date of the first Zionist colony in Palestine).
We will soon put in this sections a history including selected examples of inspiring actions on the ground. We will also endeavor to help local resistance committees who do not have their own webpage by creating a webpage here for their activities. In the meantime, here is a list of local civil resistance/nonviolent struggle Groups (selected) that can be accessed to help:
(A list of some 80 groups among more than 200 engaged in popular resistance in Palestine)
Addameer Prisoners' Support & Human Rights Association
(The) Adam Institute
Addameer Human Rights and Prisoner’s Support Association:
Al-Mezan Center for Human Rights
Al-Rowwad Cultural and Theatre Training Centre,
Alternative Information Center
Alternative Tourism Group
Anarchists Against the Wall
(The) Arab Association for Human Rights
(The) Association for Civil Rights in Israel
(The) Association of Forty
BADIL Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights:
Bilin Village Popular Resistance Committee,
Birzeit University Right to Education Campaign:
Breaking the Silence:
Civil Coalition for Defending the Palestinians' Rights in Jerusalem
Coalition of Women for Peace
Combatants for Peace
Defence for Children International-Palestine
Global Palestine Right of Return Coalition
Grassroots Palestinian Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign (Stop the Wall)
Hebron Rehabilitation Committee
Holy Land Trust:
Independent Commission for Human Rights (ICHR)
International Solidarity Movement:
Israeli Citizens in Support of BDS
Israel Committee against Home Demolitions
Ittijah:The Union of Arab Community Based Organizations:
Jerusalem Legal Aid & Human Rights Center
Joint Advocacy Initiative between the YMCA and YWCA
Library on Wheels for Nonviolence and Peace Association
Machsom Watch
Mandela Institute for Human Rights
Matzpun, Israel Campaign
Neve Shalom/Wahet Asalam:
Nilin Village Popular Resistance Committee
Nonviolence International:
Occupation Magazine
Occupied Palestine and Golan Heights Advocacy Initiative
Open Bethlehem:
Open Shuhada Street Campaign
Palestinian Boycotts, Divestments, and Sanctions movement
Palestine Center for Human Rights:
Palestinian Campaign for Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel
Palestinian Centre for Rapprochement between People: / www.PCR.PS
Palestine Heritage Center:
Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group:
Palestinians and Israelis for Nonviolence,
Palestinian Non-Governmental Organizations Network:
Palestinian Prisoners’ Society
(The) Parents’ Circle/Families Forum
Popular Struggle Coordinating Committee
Rabbis for Human Rights:
(The) Rebuilding Alliance
Regional Association of the Unrecognized Villages
Right To Education Campaign
Right to Enter Campaign
Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center:
Sawt Al-Amel (The Laborer’s voice)
Shabakat Al-Muqata'a Al-Sha'biya ???? ???????? ???????
Ta ’ayush:
Union of Palestinian Medical Relief Committees:
Union of Palestinian Women’s Committees:
Wi’am: Palestinian Conflict Resolution Center
Women's Center for Legal Aid and Counseling

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Nakba Museum Project

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Nakba Memory and Hope Project:

 Time is running out! The 1948 survivors are now in danger of losing the chance to tell their stories, because no one has built a space for their voices to be heard. The Nakba Museum Project aims to do precisely that- and ensure that the Palestinian legacy of endurance is passed on to future generations. It is a legacy that speaks to both peoples that sharing the land is indeed possible.

While the media carries the urgent news of war and death, a museum allows us to place the immediate events in Israel/Palestine into a larger story, inviting people to understand what appears as a cause today is nothing more than a symptom of an unresolved yesterday. The Nakba project begins a new conversation in Washington by insisting that the history that we do not understand is the history we are most likely to repeat. Since the idea was conceived in June 2014, the founders have discovered a real groundswell of support for the idea. 

The Nakba project is committed to being nonpolitical and nonpartisan. It will be a space which simply tells the human story, with all its paradoxes and pathos. It will not be about taking sides or proving someone right and wrong. Rather it aims to build a deeper understanding of the current impasse, and become a place for critical conversations for change. 

The museum will be launched in stages and initially display paintings, art work, educational materials, articles, historic artifacts, and show movies. In stage two, it will host events, seminars, conferences, in which refugees and their relatives share their personal stories. The goal of each display or event will be to create a culture of listening and represent a non-contested space, through a simple invitation to witness.

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