- Human Rights
- Indigenous People
- Interfaith and Intercultural Dialogue
- Community Capacity Building
- Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation
Number of Members: 8
Our work will support the world’s efforts in promoting peace and human rights.
“We promote understanding between people of different faiths in Palestine so that we can live together peacefully and accept our differences.”
Members of Together for Peace in Palestine Cooperation Circle are engaged in several peacebuilding and interfaith activities and are connected to URI in different ways. They live in a conflict zone and believe the cause of conflict is the opposite of interfaith. They aim to build interfaith as a method of life, and in this way reduce violence and bring peace and justice to the area. Members are volunteers in the search to give the best to their community. They are active in different fields and feel drawn to bring their energy into one place.