EAPPI Australia

Your support can help prevent persecution and human rights abuses in Palestine and Israel


Every day, persecution and human rights abuses destroy people’s lives and fuel conflict in the Holy Land. But your support can help prevent these injustices.

The Ecumenical Accompaniment Program in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI) brings together people from around the world to spend three months living alongside communities under military occupation and Israeli human rights defenders.

Your gift will help supporting the deployment of Ecumenical Accompaniers. You’ll be standing in solidarity with oppressed families, and supporting a movement of Israeli, Palestinian and international people and organisations building the foundations for a just peace in the Holy Land.

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EAs walk down the streets of Bethlehem.
All images © Ben Littlejohn/Act for Peace

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