Sulha

Our work combines traditional Arab methods of resolving conflicts with techniques taught in international schools of conflict transformation.

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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.

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Educational and Cultural Tours

Learn about the Holy Land from the people who inhabit it, through our workshops and tours.

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Wi’am Code of conduct

For the prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse, fraud and corruption and abuse of power

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Summer Camp Activities استكمال أنشطة التدريب للمخيمات الصيفية

Summer Camp Activities Usama Nicola and Wael Zeineh trained 30 scout members of Terra Santa High School on 11 July2013. They trained them in the best use of social media and ways of enhancing justice and mutual respect. They also give them tips on ways of not be misguided by misleading sited and to know […]

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Citizens Diplomacy activities “Come, See, and Learn”

For the past few days, WI’AM has met with several international groups concerning the occupation of Palestine and the reconciliation work that WI’AM does. Voices of Peace, a group from Aosta, Italy, came and attended a two-day program with WI’AM, which was coordinated by the WI’AM staff. Voices of Peace is a part of International […]

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Towards Non-Violence School Environment لنعمل من اجل بيئة مدرسية خالية من العنف

                  لنعمل من اجل بيئة مدرسية خالية من العنف                                school.alaslah.org             http://www.alaslah.org/projects/non-violence/

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“The work of Wi’am is on the ground, with people, as we address the urgent needs of Palestinians.”

- Zoughbi Alzoughbi, Founder and Director of Wi'am