The Sulha Peace Project, established in 2000 during the Second Intifada, is dedicated to fostering meaningful connections between Palestinians and Israelis. We believe in the power of face-to-face encounters to facilitate open dialogue and collaborative engagement. Our mission is to rekindle the human spirit and restore humanity on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict impacts the everyday lives of citizens, hindering trust, encounters, and shared spaces for Israelis and Palestinians. Environmental challenges further exacerbate the situation. The Sulha Peace Project recognizes that age plays a significant role in the conflict, with younger generations experiencing restricted movement, limited access to education, and political polarization.
The 20s-30s Program
Our 20s-30s program addresses the growing detachment between young Israelis and Palestinians through in-person encounters, professional training, and project-based learning on environmental issues. This immersive program aims to increase partnership between West Bank Palestinians and Jewish Israelis. We emphasize personal and group work, joint professional training, and project-based learning. In this project we aim on forming a closely-knit and transformed group of individuals who actively work towards enhancing joint life at the local level.
Join us in our mission to bridge the divide and nurture the next generation of peacemakers. Your support can make a meaningful impact on the lives of young Israelis and Palestinians, fostering hope, understanding, and collaboration in the face of adversity.