<p>Adam Center for Dialogue of Civilizations is Independent and non-profit Palestinian organization was founded since 2005 in the Gaza Strip, where different programs were implemented that target young people and seeks to promote culture of peace and principles of tolerance and dialogue in community. In 2012, a branch was opened in West Bank as an extension of the work of the main center in the Gaza Strip. The West Bank branch works with different Palestinian universities, where there is an ongoing program that holds monthly workshops with the Palestinian universities targeting students from different faculties as the center enjoys good relations with the faculties and deans of different universities and with youth groups which reflected positively on the work and performance of the center in various areas of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. The extensive network of relationships with various institutions of the local community and with volunteers’ networks can be a real momentum to be utilized by the center to successfully communicate with different social groups and smoothly implement various activities. In addition, the center has qualified staff and efficient work as the Center’s Governing Council comprises a group of experts in several areas ready to support of the center’s initiatives. The Center’s vision is based on the principles of dialogue and tolerance as committed principles of human rights and good governance that are internationally adopted. The center seeks through its various activities to achieve this vision by targeting Palestinian youth in various places of their presence and open community dialogue with all spectra of society on the peace culture and tolerance away from the traditional stereotypes that prevail in the society , the center has performed a number of projects over the few last years aimed at empowering young people in the Gaza Strip as well as activities related to deployment of the concepts of dialogue and tolerance among religious groups as well. The center has carried out some public conferences in the various governorates of the West Bank and in partnership with the Palestinian universities and institutions in addition to holding a series of training sessions on social media in partnership with the Geneva Center for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces.</p><br /><br /><p> </p>
<p> </p><div id="gt-res-tools"><div id="gt-res-tools-r"><div aria-label="&lt;div style='max-width:300px'&gt;This language is still in early stages of development and not yet up to the same quality standards as our other languages.&lt;/div&gt;" class="goog-inline-block" data-tooltip-align="l,c" data-tooltip-html="<div style='max-width:300px'>This language is still in early stages of development and not yet up to the same quality standards as our other languages.</div>" id="gt-alpha" style="display: none;">Alpha</div><div aria-hidden="false" aria-label="Listen" aria-pressed="false" class="trans-listen-button goog-toolbar-button" data-tooltip="Listen" data-tooltip-align="t,c" id="gt-res-listen" role="button" tabindex="0" unselectable="on"><p>The center seeks to consolidate Principles of dialogue, tolerance, openness to other cultures and civilizations and to exchange of expertise and experiences with other civilizations and spread the concepts of democracy and human rights, good governance and the center believes in the importance of the role of youth and the need to give them enough opportunities to do their part of development, the center believes in joint work and complementary and center seeks for partnership with all parties and institutions locally , internationally, regionally in furtherance of the principles of cooperation, partnership and exchange of experiences and complementarily in the work, the center believes of the importance of support and advocate the marginalized and vulnerable groups (women and children) and the need to provide support and assistance to them</p></div><div aria-disabled="true" aria-hidden="false" aria-label="Show example usage of words" aria-pressed="false" class="trans-example-button goog-toolbar-button goog-toolbar-button-disabled" data-tooltip="Show example usage of words" data-tooltip-align="t,c" id="gt-res-ex-bt" role="button" unselectable="on"> </div><div aria-label="Read phonetically" aria-pressed="false" class="trans-roman-button goog-toolbar-button" data-tooltip="Read phonetically" data-tooltip-align="t,c" id="gt-res-roman" role="button" style="display: none;" unselectable="on"> </div><div aria-label="Rate translation" data-tooltip="Rate translation" data-tooltip-align="t,c" id="gt-res-rate"><div aria-haspopup="true" class="goog-inline-block goog-toolbar-menu-button" role="button" tabindex="0" unselectable="on"><div class="goog-inline-block goog-toolbar-menu-button-outer-box" unselectable="on"><div class="goog-inline-block goog-toolbar-menu-button-inner-box" unselectable="on"><div class="goog-inline-block goog-toolbar-menu-button-caption" unselectable="on"> </div></div></div></div></div></div></div><p> </p>
<p dir="LTR">1 - contribute in the promotion of mutual understanding and rapprochement between civilizations and peoples so as to promote an atmosphere of dialogue and understanding and prevents collisions and reduces the causes of conflict<br />2 - strengthening civil peace within the community by devoting the principles of dialogue and the rule of law<br />3 - contribute to the empowerment of youth and develop their abilities and give him the opportunity to contribute to the development of society<br />4 - Work on promoting the Principles of good governance, democracy and human rights<br />5 - develop the capacity of the center at all levels of administrative and human resources, in line with the principles of good governance and transparency</p>
Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association
<p>ADDAMEER (Arabic for conscience) Prisoners Support and Human Rights Association is a Palestinian non-governmental, civil institution which focuses on human rights issues. Established in 1992 by a group of activists interested in human rights, the center's activities focus on offering support for Palestinian prisoners, advocating the rights of political prisoners, and working to end torture through monitoring, legal procedures and solidarity campaigns. Addameer is a member of the Executive Committee of the Palestinian NGO Network, the Palestinian Council of Human Rights Organizations, and works closely with international human rights organizations such as Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, OMCT and FIDH to provide regular information on the situation of Palestinian political detainees.</p>
The Association aims at:
Assisting the child's comprehensive growth physically , mentally and intellectually .
Participation in building a healthy , innovative and cooperative youth generation which is open to the world.
Securing a creative environment for developing the kids and teenagers personalities psychologically , culturally , technically and socially .
Training children and youth on different arts and skills , developing their abilities , discovering their
talents and enhancing their maximum potential.
Treating some negative common ideas and helping to create a better understanding and democracy in the society.
Developing the group work skills for both children and youth in away that improves the society through programs that have national , native and humanistic implications .
Opening new horizons for work regarding the youth .
Emphasizing the positive role of the Palestinian woman in the Palestinian society by qualifying her.
Fixed activities and programs at the association
<p> </p><p><strong>AFKAR <em>For Educational & Cultural Development </em></strong>is a Palestinian non-governmental organization founded to provide measures, empowerment and capacity building for students to meet the ever-increasing challenges and needs of education and culture in the Palestinian society. Since its establishment, AFKAR has primarily been working on two pillars:</p><ul style="list-style-type:circle;"><li>Students’ capacity building to be future proactive leaders, equipped with HRE (Human Rights Education), democracy and good governance values.</li><li>Capacity building for educational and cultural partners to enhance a safe, creative, participatory and qualitative educational environment.</li></ul><p>AFKAR is supervised by a dedicated administrative board of academics, educators, lawyers and human rights activists who show expedient impact and positive change on policies and decision making in their own fields.</p><p>AFKAR is also run by persevering, motivated staff, determined to be agents of change.</p>
<p>A participatory, proactive generation.</p>
<p>To strive to create a healthy environment for students to achieve their self-esteem and activate their roles in society, consistent with human national, democratic and civic values.</p><p> </p>
<ul style="list-style-type:circle;"><li>Capacity building students to be future proactive leaders, equipped with HRE (Human Rights Education), democracy and good governance values.</li><li>Capacity building for educational and cultural partners to enhance a safe, creative, participatory and qualitative educational environment.</li></ul>