Peace Advocacy Fellowship

The Balfour Project (UK) invites applications for its peace advocacy fellowship program. This paid fellowship (now in its third year) is aimed primarily (but not exclusively) at post-graduate and final-year undergraduate students who are committed to the Balfour Project ethos. The successful applicants will advocate for peace and equal rights on the basis of the… Continue reading Peace Advocacy Fellowship


B’Tselem: The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories B’Tselem was founded in 1989 to document Israeli violations of Palestinians’ human rights in the West Bank (including East Jerusalem) and the Gaza Strip. As a human rights organization, it now unequivocally demands an end to the occupation. To promote that goal, B’Tselem… Continue reading B’Tselem

Public Speaking & Advocacy Training

Would you like an opportunity to develop your public speaking skills and become a more confident and persuasive advocate for Palestine? APAN is excited to be offering a 7-week online course in Public Speaking and Advocacy for Palestine. The sessions will be conducted by local and international trainers with extensive expertise in public speaking, debating,… Continue reading Public Speaking & Advocacy Training


Wi’am Palestinian Conflict Transformation Center “Wi’am” in Arabic means “cordial relationships,” and developing relationships is the essence of the Wi’am Palestinian Conflict Transformation Centre’s mission.   The Centre helps to resolve disputes within the Palestinian community by implementing the traditional Arab form of mediation, known as Sulha, as well as Western models of conflict resolution.… Continue reading Wi’am

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Reflections from Palestine

Reflections from Palestine: A Journey of Hope.A memoir by Samia Nasir Khoury.Nicosia, Cyprus: Rimal Publications, 2014. ISBN 978-9963-715-11-4 Samia Nasir Khoury celebrated her eightieth birthday on Sunday, 24 November 2013. This was also the final day of the Ninth International Sabeel Conference. Following a service at the Lutheran Church of the Ascension at Augusta Victoria on the Mount… Continue reading Reflections from Palestine

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Art as resistance

August 29 is the anniversary of the assassination of Naji Al-Ali in 1987. Naji Al-Ali was a political cartoonist and writer born in 1936 in the Palestinian village of Ash Shajara. At the age of 10, he was a victim of the Nakba and grew up in a refugee camp in Lebanon. In the 1970s he created the… Continue reading Art as resistance

Just 5c per day

WHAT A DIFFERENCE 5c PER DAY CAN MAKE Yes, 5c a day is roughly what it costs to join Friends of Sabeel Australia. Even less if you are not on wage. Why bother? What does Sabeel bring to the struggle for justice and reconciliation in Palestine? (1) For starters, and perhaps most importantly, it is… Continue reading Just 5c per day

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Joint letter

A MESSAGE FROM THE SABEEL ECUMENICAL LIBERATION THEOLOGY CENTER & FRIENDS OF SABEEL AUSTRALIA We are delighted to be reaching out to the growing community of Sabeel friends and supporters across Australia. In Jerusalem, around the world and here in Australia the Palestinian community has been energised by a renewed sense that it is time;… Continue reading Joint letter

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Layan Nasser released

There are unconfirmed reports that Layan Nasser has been released from al-Damun Prison on bail pending a further court appearance. Layan must still appear in a military court on 5 October 2021. Follow the developments and sign the petition at …