Linking together for human rights

Volunteer with CADFA in the UK or Palestine

We’re very grateful to the many volunteers who work for CADFA in a lot of different ways, and we can offer good, supported volunteer opportunities to others too. If you (coming from the UK) would like to volunteer in the UK, you may find yourself helping with events, stalls, media, artwork, campaigning, language teaching or outreach… The place to start is filling in our volunteer form. In Palestine, Dar Assadaqa is also … Read More →

Crowdfunder launched: A Voice for Young Palestinians


Help young Palestinians to develop their media skills and work with young people from the UK to send their stories across the world. Please support the CADFA crowdfunder – read more here. (Those who have known CADFA a long time will recognise this picture from a previous CADFA media project   )



A collaboration between UK and Palestinian students organised by CADFA, Soapbox and Dar Assadaqa (part of CADFA’s Sonunu project 2021). UK students try to imagine living without the human rights they take for granted – Palestinian students imagine having those rights.      

CADFA Twinning Day celebrated in Abu Dis and Camden


A lovely twinning day was held in Camden and in Abu Dis at the same time on Sunday. These pictures show the letters painted in English in Camden and in Arabic in Abu Dis saying ‘Linking together for human rights’ Many thanks to all the  CADFA people who helped and came and contributed.  Special thanks also to Raised Voices choir and to Bayan from Hebron who came and spoke. There was also a … Read More →

Another Life Lost

10,000 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli soldiers and settlers in twenty years. Now another life lost at a military checkpoint – Dr Mai Afana from Abu Dis – and the Israeli army have not returned her body. Family and community in her town, Abu Dis,, are calling on the international community to support their campaign for her body to be returned.   Another Life Lost – YouTube  

Mai Afana Demo 12 July 21


Abu Dis people are continuing to demonstrate in support of the demand for Dr Mai Afana’s body to be returned so that her family can bury her. Here (yesterday) outside Maale Adumim settlement. Please sign the petition to the UK Foreign Office here.