The Center for Jewish Nonviolence

The CJNV aims to develop Nonviolent Direct Action, coresistance and solidarity in Israel-Palestine. It works with partners across the West Bank, East Jerusalem and parts of Israel.

It is calling for Jewish volunteeers to go out on a delegation in December 2019/January 2020.

It’s time to start planning for the December 2019/January 2020 delegation!!

We cannot wait to go back to stand with our partners in just a few short months. In May, we left them, saying “see you soon,” and that “SOON” IS HERE! It’s truly incredible to be returning so quickly to continue strengthening this network of coresistance.

Now all we need is you.

CJNV’s work is about relationships rooted in coresistance and solidarity. When we come together as a part of a network of joint civil resistance – across different identities, privileges and proximities to power – we manifest new realities and possibilities, powerfully countering the Occupation and the divide and conquer narratives which sustain it.

Come be a part of this network with your presence on the ground.

There is so much energy and readiness to continue this joint struggle. In the South Hebron Hills, in East Jerusalem, in Bethlehem, and beyond. As Nasser from A-Tuwani said after the April/May 2019 delegation, “We crossed a threshold and we feel very strong. Across the region everyone is ready for another action and ready for even stronger actions. Everyone is asking when we will do a project with them.”

The delegation will be in December 2019/January 2020; once you apply we will provide you with specific dates. Learn more at our website, apply here, and please spread the word to your communities!

Applications are due August 19th, and acceptances will be made on a rolling basis. Apply by August 5th and you’ll receive a $150 early-bird scholarship.

If you can’t join us this time, consider giving to our scholarship fund to make it possible for other activists to be a part of this work.

I can’t wait to receive your application,

Israel-Palestine Director of Campaigns

You can find out more about the Center for Jewish NonViolence here.

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