In the coming months and years, we will be building partnership with various organizations (Palestinian and non-Palestinian, Christian, Muslim and Jewish) so we can work together.
We have formed partnerships with the following organisation:
Australian Palestine Advocacy Network (APAN) – Established in 2011, APAN is a NFP Australian organisation led by Australian (from all backgrounds Palestinian, Anglo, Jewish, Muslim, Christian, and secular) human rights activists advocating for peace and justice. PCiA is an organisation member of APAN and we will be working with them in the near future on advocacy matters. For more information on how to get involved https://apan.org.au/
Palestine Israel Ecumenical Network (PIEN) – PIEN is a network of Australian Christians from over eleven different denominations, across all parts of Australia as well as Australian Christian aid and development agencies working in Palestine and Israel. Established in 2006 by Church leaders who saw a role for Christians to advocate from a faith-based perspective about Palestinian human rights. PCiA is working with PIEN on joint faith-based projects. The first project we have done with them is the Lenten series. For more information on PIEN https://pien.org.au/
Sabeel Australia – Established in 2003, Sabeel Australia is a network of Australians who support the mission of Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology in Jerusalem and actively advocate for Palestine in Australia. The primary objective of Sabeel Australia is to raise awareness and provide education concerning Christians in Palestine and Israel. For more information on Sabeel Australia https://australia.sabeel.org/
In the coming months and years, we will be building partnerships with various organizations (Palestinian and non-Palestinian, Christian, Muslim and Jewish) so we can work together for justice and peace in the Holy Land.