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Discover more about the situation in Palestine and Israel through our political tours and online briefings
It is our mission to inform people about the situation in Israel and occupied Palestine.
This is not just a humanitarian crisis; it’s a political problem that can only be solved when people understand what needs to be done.
We provide expert-led small group tours to occupied Palestine and Israel and an online political briefing service for politicians and all those who want to be better informed.
Encounter Palestine Tour
This tour explores the West Bank, including Bethlehem and Jerusalem. You will see the wall and checkpoints, meet with Palestinian and Israelis, and learn about the impact of Israeli settlements. Read more
Palestinian citizens of Israel Tour
Palestinian citizens have been much in the news, and there is greater awareness of the discrimination they face. This tour takes in Nazareth, Jaffa and we also visit the Golan Heights to learn more about the unique situation there. Read more
Virtual Tour of Gaza
This Autumn we are running our first tour of Gaza. This will be a chance for you to learn from Palestinians directly about the situation, the history and the future for Palestinians living in Gaza
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It is our mission to inform people about the situation in Israel and occupied Palestine. We provide you with access to the latest news and debates in and about the region.
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What People Say
Intense, inspiring, informative, moving, shocking.Julie, Sheffield, UK
A life-changing tour, shows you the side of Israel that few see. Highly recommended.Monash, London, UK
Ben and Jerry’s decision to stop selling ice cream in illegal Israeli settlements highlights the flaws in UK Government’s Boycott Bill. Ben and Jerry’s have done the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign (BDS) a big favour by announcing that they will no longer sell their ice cream in illegal Israeli settlements in the West Bank…Keep reading
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab demonstrated his knack of saying the right thing but doing the exact opposite. He visited Israel and Palestine after the Gaza ceasefire and talked about the “urgent need .. to break the cycle of violence”. But at the same time the UK voted against the inquiry into war crimes at the UN.Keep reading
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