We are a member of the British Palestine Friendship and Twinning Network 

Amos Trust is a small, creative human rights organisation working for justice in Palestine and elsewhere.

CADFA is a twinning project between Camden and Abu Dis, Palestine, working in the UK to promote awareness about the human rights situation in Palestine.  Our link began in 2003 when people from the London borough of Camden made links with people in Abu Dis, a suburb of Jerusalem.  

        JJP is a diverse community of Jews in Britain who campaign for justice for Palestinians.  

        A charity working for health and dignity for Palestinians living under occupation and as refugees.

Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) is a community of a people working together for peace, equality, and justice and against racism, occupation and colonisation.  

Together we are the biggest organisation in the UK dedicated to securing Palestinian human rights. 

A network of Christian organisations, individuals and faith communities offering solidarity and encounters with Palestinians.

  • Palestinian / International DIYAR Consortium 

DIYAR: ‘That we might have life and have it abundantly.’

Diyar is a Lutheran-based, ecumenically-orientated organisation serving the whole of the Palestinian community, with emphasis on children, youth, women and the elderly through unique programmes that are contextual and holistic in nature. 

Founded in 1995 as the International Center of Bethlehem, Diyar Consortium serves several thousands of members and reaches more than 60,000 people annually. 

Open Bethlehem is an international campaign that works to promote global engagement with Bethlehem. Open Bethlehem is also a documentary feature by Lelia Sansour.  You can watch the film online by connecting with this website as well as read about the campaign. 

  • UN Office for Humanitarian Affairs in Occupied Palestinian territories 

Established to coordinate humanitarian action and advocate for the rights of people in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) is funded almost entirely by voluntary contributions from UN Member States.  

The Agency’s services encompass education, health care, relief and social services, camp infrastructure and improvement, microfinance and emergency assistance in times of armed conflict. 

       We are a grassroots civil society organisation based in Bethlehem. In Arabic, “wi’am” means “cordial            relationships.”

Zaytoun is a social enterprise & community interest company founded in 2004.  

Our aim is to create and develop a UK market for artisanal Palestinian produce. 

Hadeel is a Fair Trade shop which aims to provide a sustainable source of income for craftspeople               working with social enterprises in the West Bank, Gaza, Galilee and the Negev.