Child Protection Policy
This Child Policy has been produced by Wi’am as a practical learning tool and set of resources for that explores some of the key principles and issues relevant to child protection, as well as outlining the steps that are needed in order to implement, report, monitor and protect children from both intentional and unintentional harm. Acknowledgements Wi’am Center would like to thank CAFOD for their full support to the production of the policy.Learn More
Report on the non-violence meetings delivered by the academic Johannes (Juan) Diederick Mienie in different areas, 4-10/12/2010. Juan is a visiting professor from South African with ample experience and knowledge in non-violence action and the South African experience in that field. Juan’s objective is to share with young people in Palestine lessons about nonviolence he […]Continue Reading
Field visit to the village of Budrus
On November 27, 53 women from Wi’am Center in Bethlehem, crowed into a bus and headed to the village called Budrus. Budrus is a Palestinian village located in the far west of Ramallah and Al Bireh, surrounded by the apartheid wall and the villages of Ni’lin, Qibya. It has a population of nearly 1500 people. […]Continue Reading
Training workshop on “Healing Yourself and your Community”.
Short report on training: “Healing Yourself and your Communities” Place of the Training: Wi’am centre Time: Friday 19th of November, 2010 Attendance: 15 young people age 18-25 with gender balance, coming from different colleges and areas around Bethlehem Implementation body: Wi’am Centre in cooperation with CAPACITAR Organization Wi’am in cooperation with CAPACITAR Organization organized a […]Continue Reading