CADFA are excited to tell you about our new teachers’ exchange project taking place in winter 15-16. The visit of 14 teachers from Palestine follows years of work linking schools in Palestine and Britain. School links have been built up through years of visits by children, several teachers’ visits, and the work of CADFA volunteers with schools at both ends helping to support communication between schools. Teachers on this year’s … Read More →
The visitors to Palestine on the CADFA tour April 2015 divided between them the task of writing a diary about their visit to Palestine. See below for the reports of the different days, and contact CADFA if you are interested in joining the next tour! Introduction Camden Abu Dis Week in Palestine 18.04.15 – 26.04.15 Monday – Hebron Tuesday – Chris photos Wednesday – Ramallah and Shu’fat Thursday – Jerusalem photos … Read More →
CADFA visitors from Camden and Abu Dis visited Keir Starmer, our new MP, to tell him of our concerns about human rights in Palestine. Young Palestinians told him about their friends and class mates who were in prison. We asked him to support our visa equality campaign (see our petition and please sign it too).
CADFA’s June 2015 youth visit brought 15 Palestinians with their UK friends to Norfolk , Norwich, Cambridge and London. So much happened on the visit -outings, school visits, drama workshops, child prisoner marches, public events and fun. Find out more about it from the blog and get in touch with us to take part in future youth links with Palestine. This was part of the Erasmus + ‘Twinning in Action’ project.
This is to let you know about the Palestinian teachers’ visit to the UK that we hope to be organising in the autumn or in January 2016 (we are currently seeking the best dates). IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, LET US KNOW!! The objectives of this project are: • To strengthen the links between schools and youth organisations in the two countries •To create an opportunity for teachers from the UK … Read More →
Talks, dance, music, food and drama in Norwich, Cambridge, Islington, Hackney and Camden. Part of the CADFA Twinning in Action project.