EyeWitness Stories

from Palestine and Israel

We are EAPPI UK & Ireland. We share the eyewitness stories of Palestinians and Israelis and advocate for justice, equality and an end to the military occupation of Palestine.

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EAPPI UK & Ireland is managed by Quakers in Britain. We work with other churches and human rights groups around the world as part of the World Council of Churches’ international EAPPI programme.

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We support and bring ordinary people to become human rights monitors and to spend three months living in the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem. We call them Ecumenical Accompaniers (EAs).

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EAs accompany local communities, monitor human rights abuses for the UN and other agencies, and share the real-life stories of the Palestinians and Israelis who they meet.

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EAPPI is nonviolent and non-partisan. We are not, however, neutral in terms of international humanitarian and human rights law. We are unwavering in our belief that any practice used to occupy territory must comply with international law.

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EAPPI UK & Ireland is managed by Quakers in Britain. We work with other churches and human rights groups around the world, as part of the World Council of Churches international EAPPI programme.

We train and support ordinary people to become human rights monitors and to spend three months living in the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem. We call them Ecumenical Accompaniers (EAs).

EAs accompany local communities, monitor human rights abuses for the UN and other agencies and share the real-life stories of the Palestinians and Israelis who they meet.

EAPPI is nonviolent and non-partisan. We are not, however, neutral in terms of international humanitarian and human rights law. We are unwavering in our belief that any practice used to occupy territory must comply with international law.

Read about life in the region

Read about the issues

Read the eyewitness stories

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