JAI December newsletter now available
The JAI newsletter is a platform from which we share with our supporters throughout the world our objectives, stories, activities, progress, and future plans. It is a means to highlight these points and involve our friends in our struggle for peace with justice.
In this edition:
1. Le site internet de JAI est désormais disponible en Français.
2. JAI Olive Tree Campaign coordinator and his detention and interrogation.
3. Norwegian students’ group program with JAI.
4. Read more advocacy related and occupation measures news.
The YMCA-YWCA Joint Advocacy Initiative website is now available in French, with basic information on JAI mission, work, campaigns, forms, local and international advocacy groups, publications, involvements and upcoming activities.
Le site internet de JAI est désormais disponible en français, et comprend les informations concernant la mission de JAI, le travail effectué, les campagnes, les formulaires d’adhésion, les publications, les engagements, les activités à venir et les renseignements sur les groupes de plaidoyer locaux et internationaux.
Baha Hilo and accompanied camera man were harassed by the Israeli soldiers, detained, interrogated at the military headquarter, delayed for other days and had to wait for many hours, while visiting some farmer’ land in Jab’a village near Bethlehem.
Read details of the incident and Baha’ narration.
A program for ten days was organized by the Joint Advocacy Initiative between the 6th and 15th of November 2010, for a group of ten Global Education students accompanied by their teacher from the Rønningen Folk high school in Norway..
The students helped farmers picking their olives in three different locations and fields. Beside olive picking, the students visited various cities and organizations, accompanied by some JAI youth members.
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