Cooperation Circles in Israel

URI MENA Cooperation Circles (CCs) welcome and honor diversity. Each group has a minimum of seven members and includes people from at least three different religions, spiritual expressions, or indigenous traditions. Individuals, associations and organizations can join a Cooperation Circle. The CCs are the heart of URI MENA’s work and are created by people who share a common vision: that our religious and spiritual lives, rather than divide us, can guide us to build community and respect for one another. is a Middle Eastern environmental news site that focuses on green stories and living tips.
They want to build a better future for their children and the people in their village, Eilaboun, many of whom are Christians and Muslims.
he Arabic Speaking Cooperation Circle promotes the usage of Modern Standard Arabic language in Israel.
Trust WIN brings together Israeli and Palestinian women - Christian, Jewish, and Muslim.
They provide an opportunity for Arab women (Muslim, Christian, and Druze) to become leaders in their communities.
Heartbeat is an community of musicians, educators, and activists using music to build mutual understanding and transform conflict.
Their purpose is to bring their hearts together, to create peace locally within their community and their religions.
The ICSD promotes and manifests an inter-religious vision for environmental sustainability.
Unity is Strength focuses on areas where Palestinians and Israelis can work together in a grassroots fashion to support one another.
They are are a family of peacemakers working together to bring peace to the city of Jerusalem and the world.
They bring the voice of the religious leaders together as a force for rebuilding trust between our religious communities.
The Sulha Peace Project is a grassroots organization, inspired by the indigenous process of mediation (Sulha).
Wasatia calls for regenerating the seed of love, peace, tolerance, that lies encoded in the spirit.