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In the past year, your donations have been used for…

Funding Dar Assadaqa community centre in Abu Dis which runs a programme of activities for youth and for women.

A visit of nine young people from Palestine to the UK in October 2014 to meet people and organisations in the North West of England, Northampton and London and talk about their experiences.

Developing students’ links, women’s links and youth links between people in Abu Dis and in London.

Volunteers from the UK working in Abu Dis at the university, in schools and in Dar Assadaqa to help with twinning communication.

A twinning leaders’ exchange which brought nine people from Abu Dis to a week’s workshop in the Lake District and London to train together about the work of twinning for human rights.

Collecting reports of the human rights situation in Abu Dis and Palestine and producing reports, leaflets and information in Britain.

Running school lunch-time and after-school clubs in London to focus on twinning, Palestine and human rights and communicate to linked schools in Palestine.

Raising awareness among our local society in Britain about the human rights situation in Britain

Providing speakers across the country, including Newcastle, Wales, Cambridge, London and many places in between.

Taking up important issues such as the E1 settlement expansion, administrative detention, the right to travel, child prisoners at a local level and with policy-makers through petitions, letters and meetings.

An exchange of Palestinian and UK university students in January/ February 2015: 15 Palestinians came to Britain and spoke about their lives as students in Palestine to students in Manchester, Leeds, Lincoln and a number of London universities.

Organising a singing project that brought 15 Palestinian women to Britain in March 2015 for ten days to take part in activities and events across the country.

A drama project for Palestinian and UK school students in June 215: 15 Palestinians  joined  young people from the UK  in Norfolk, Norwich, Cambridge, London and Surrey.

Organising a singing project that brought 15 Palestinian women to Britain in March 2015 for ten days to take part in activities and events across the country.

Taking up individual human rights cases and making representations and campaigns.

Planning our next youth exchange in June 2015