News and Events
4 weeks ago
"These Palestinian and Israeli activists are co-resisting an unjust and violent reality, and instead showing and building a very different shared future that is possible.
We want to share their incredible stories with you, and we want you to share them with the wider world. This years’ competition is fast approaching, hosted in-person in Jerusalem on October 5, with three stories receiving cash prizes of up to $1,000 in support of their work next month. Our first in-person event in two years, ALLMEP is thrilled to be bringing these incredible peace activists together to honor their work and stories.
Please share their stories widely, encourage those who discuss the region in media or politics to put these activists in the spotlight, and help shine a light on these important Palestinian and Jewish Israeli voices from the field." ... See MoreSee Less
3 months ago
"Last week in the U.S. Congress, a true milestone was reached in ALLMEP's efforts to place peacebuilders at the center of the Israeli/Palestinian policy debate.
Last Wednesday’s two hour House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on the Middle East, North Africa, and Global Terrorism hearing, titled “People to People: Examining Grassroots Peacebuilding Efforts Between Israelis and Palestinians”, was a historic moment in ALLMEP's mission, with expert testimony from ALLMEP members and partners, and broad bipartisan support for our community from members of Congress."Last week in the U.S. Congress, a true milestone was reached in ALLMEP's efforts to place peacebuilders at the center of the Israeli/Palestinian policy debate.
The House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Middle East, North Africa, and Global Terrorism hosted a two-hour hearing titled, “People to People: Examining Grassroots Peacebuilding Efforts Between Israelis and Palestinians”. Expert speakers, including ALLMEP members and supporters, spoke
about the opportunity, MEPPA gives to the field.
Read here: www.allmep.org/news/house-subcommittee-hearing-zooms-in-on-meppa-and-scaling-peacebuilding-in-the... ... See MoreSee Less
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in the unity of human consciousness, and nourished by faith
SRQ Strong 2021
MARK YOUR CALENDARS:
Monday, November 23 from 6 pm-7:30 pm
SRQ Strong presents:
A Story of Resilience
Learn more HERE