FFIPP - Educational Network for Human Rights in Palestine/Israel

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About Us

FFIPP - Educational Network for Human Rights in Palestine/Israel

FFIPP internships offer an intensive learning experience about the conflict in Israel/Palestine, focused upon the multidimensional struggle for Human Rights within the context of finding a just and lasting peace. The program consists of a week-long orientation, during which students will get the chance to travel throughout Israel/Palestine and meet with prominent Israeli and Palestinian grassroots organizations and academics. Followed by one month of volunteer work in Palestinian and Israeli grassroots organizations, research centers, universities, and human rights organizations.

This summer, the session will start on the 27th of July and end on the 31st of August. Selected interns will be coming from various academic backgrounds and different countries.Apply now!

The program is open to all university/college students anywhere in the world. Students in all majors are welcome to apply.

What is FFIPP?

An international academic network, which works in collaboration with Palestinian, Israeli, North- American and European students, professors, and scholars. Our central goals are to create a platform where the academic community and policy and opinion-makers around the world can be educated about the Israeli-Palestinian situation. We also aim at advocating policies conducive to reaching a just peace in accordance with international law and UN resolutions.

Some organizations we have partnered with in past sessions...

Enfants, Jeux ET Education, Jalazon refugee camp, Ramallah, Bethlehem, and Arub refugee camp; The Alternative Information Center, Jerusalem and Bethlehem; The Applied Research Institute of Jerusalem (ARIJ), Bethlehem; Tentofnation, Nahalin; UNESCO Chair of Human Rights in An Najah University, Nablus; Project Hope, Nablus; St Yves Human Rights Center, Jerusalem; The civic Coalition to Defend Palestinian Rights, Jerusalem; Hebrew University Minerva Human Rights center, Jerusalem; Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD), Jerusalem; Palestinian Israeli Journal, Jerusalem; Arab Center For Agricultural Development, Ramallah; Al Quds University Human Rights Center, Jerusalem; Asala, the Palestinian Businesswomen's Association, Ramallah; Palestinian Farmers Union, Ramallah; The Palestine Working Women Society for Development, Ramallah; Safeer newspaper, Ramallah; Young Artist Forum, Ramallah; Kayan Feminist Organization, Haifa; Ibdaa Center, Dheisheh refugee camp; The Palestinian Initiative for the promotion of Global Dialogue and Democracy (MIFTAH), Ramallah; The Center for Humanistic Education, The Ghetto Fighters' House, Kibbutz Lohamei HaGetaot; Kav LaOved, an independent non-governmental organization committedtothe defense of workers rights, Tel-Aviv; Freedom Theatre, Jenin; Defense for Children International, Hebron; Workers Union, Hebron; Rabbis for Human Rights, Jerusalem; Alternative Archaeology, Jerusalem.