Plans are going into place for the next youth exchange in the CADFA Ma’an-Together project, funded by Erasmus+ (European Union). Young people from France, Palestine and the UK will join in the UK for the third youth exchange of this exciting project, following our exchanges in France last October and Palestine this April. The next exchange has a focus on young people expressing themselves in media, and we’re really pleased … Read More →
This was the main room for the CADFA conference (the events room at Cafe Palestina) on Saturday 14th July before the conference started. Once it started, we had a very energetic and positive conference and would like to thank everyone who spoken and everyone who came. Here is the conference report (with some pictures taken on a very full day).
This photo was taken during the evaluation session of the Ma’an-Together project yesterday, when French, British and Palestinian participants agreed that it had been an unforgettable experience with more exchange, reflection and learning than we could have imagined. There were many lovely, surprising and funny moments – and also real sadness and shock for the Europeans to discover what living under occupation means for all aspects of life for our … Read More →
We are looking forward to the next exchange from the Ma’an-Together project, which is being run with our partners Dar Assadaqa in Palestine and our new French partner De L’Autre Cote. We have had to change the date to April to fit with the needs of our new partner, which means that some of the young people who had hoped to go in March will not be able to go. This opens … Read More →
UK young people from the #CADFA Ma’an project met again today to plan the special day on Sunday 10th December – Human Rights Day – which they’re calling Palestime: Time for Human Rights. Keep the afternoon free and join us that day at Cafe Palestina!
The 12th CADFA/Assadaqa summer camp in Abu Dis took place between 25th July and 18th August with the help of volunteers from London. It was particularly important this year for young people in Abu Dis to have a break from the tension of a town where two young people had just been killed – and their families and the whole community were grieving. The young people very much enjoyed craft … Read More →