Associations

solidarity tourism in Nablus

Contributed by Armando Gaetaniello on 30.07.2009:

Solidarity tourism in Palestine: a project of the Darna Center, Nablus

Description

This project aims to host groups of people who want to visit Palestine and to organize tours for them. The project focuses on Nablus area but visits and activities can also be organized in the rest of the West Bank. According to the visitors' interests the program can include visits of holy places(...)

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Pyalara: cleaning up a village

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 30.07.2009:

Youth Look for Change in Palestinian Villages

By Hilmi Abu Atwan

Young people in the villages of Marda and Bidya in the Salfit district continue their efforts to incur the positive changes in Palestinian rural society that the Youth for Change Project seeks to achieve. In a recent development, young people have been asking to meet with top officials and decision makers in their (...)

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Hebron-France Association for Cultural Exchanges

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 28.07.2009:

Authentic Palestine: Solidarity Tourism in the Hebron District

By Sandrine Bert Geith

Hebron is one of the most significant cities in the West Bank, situated only 35 kilometres to the south of Jerusalem. Throughout history, Hebron has been at the crossroads of the traditional communication routes between the north and the south and a necessary transit point for caravans and pilg(...)

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Nablus Association for Social and Community Development and its project “Darna”

Contributed by Armando Gaetaniello on 09.07.2009:

Who are we?

Nablus Association for Social and Community Development and its project “Darna” for Youth and Citizens Initiatives is considered as house of civil institutions, and the foster of youth talents, skills, and Innovations.

The Association was able through its project “Darna”, to build a strong relationship between Nablus associations and institutions, through its cultura(...)

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Nablus Association for Social and Community Development and its project “Darna”

Contributed by Armando Gaetaniello on 09.07.2009:

Nablus Association for Social and Community Development

And its project “Darna” for Youth and Citizens Initiatives

Who are we?

Nablus Association for Social and Community Development and its project “Darna” for Youth and Citizens Initiatives is considered as house of civil institutions, and the foster of youth talents, skills, and Innovations.

The Association was a(...)

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Butterflies from Nablus dancing for peace and love under the skies of Europe

Contributed by Armando Gaetaniello on 08.07.2009:

Subject: tour in Europe under the title

"Butterflies from Nablus dancing for peace and love under the skies of Europe"

Masha’el Falesteen is preparing itself for a cultural tour in the European cities and neighbourhoods, where they wish to make their dance performance under the title "Butterflies from Nablus dancing for peace and love under the skies of Europe". This folk dance (...)

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Beit Jala Lions: Palestine’s First Rugby Team

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 20.02.2009:

By Paola H. Michael

They are a group of young athletes whose enthusiasm and perseverance are almost contagious. The Beit Jala Lions, formed a year ago, are the first-ever Palestinian rugby team. Rugby? In Palestine? For some here, it’s virtually unknown; for others, it’s considered to be a brutal and rugged game. Rugby in Palestine, however, has managed to develop into a fast-paced gam(...)

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Palestinian Medical Relief Society

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 20.02.2009:

The Incredible Resilience of Doctors and Health Workers under Attack

The last few weeks have been a scene of horror, death, and intense suffering for the people in Gaza during the 22-day Israeli invasion and incessant bombardment from the air, sea, and land. The consequent inhumane situation is yet another example of Israeli efforts to break us Palestinians and our resilience through c(...)

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The Agricultural Development Association(PARC)

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 08.08.2008:

Agriculture remains a dominant sector of the Palestinian economy. It is represented as the major source of income for most Palestinian families in rural areas. The construction of settlements and the Separation Wall in the West Bank has caused thousands of families in adjacent rural communities to lose their main source of income (land and water) and put an additional load on the weak Palesti(...)

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www.stopthewall.org

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 08.08.2008:

The Palestinian Grassroots Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign –

The Palestinian Grassroots Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign (Stop the Wall) came into existence in 2002, the same year that the construction of the Wall began. The initial phases of construction and dispossession saw the spontaneous mobilisation of popular resistance throughout the affected areas. The campaign was formed by a large (...)

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