Become an EA

About Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI)

The Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI) brings internationals to the West Bank to experience life under occupation. Ecumenical Accompaniers (EAs) provide protective presence to vulnerable communities, monitor and report human rights abuses and support Palestinians and Israelis working together for peace.

EAPPI seeks to provide up-to-date, reliable information on the occupation. When EAs return home, they campaign for a just and peaceful resolution to the Israeli/Palestinian conflict through an end to the occupation, respect for international law and implementation of UN resolutions.

EAPPI supports local and international efforts to end the occupation, bringing a just and peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, based on international law and relevant United Nations resolutions.

The mission of the EAPPI is to accompany Palestinians and Israelis in their non-violent actions and to carry out concerted advocacy efforts to end the occupation. Participants in the programme monitor and report violations of human rights and international humanitarian law, support acts of non-violent resistance alongside local Christian and Muslim Palestinians and Israeli peace activists, offer protection through non-violent presence, engage in public policy advocacy and, in general, stand in solidarity with the churches and all those struggling against the occupation.

Become an Ecumenical Accompanier (EA)

1) Contact your National Coordinator and ask for an application form

2) If there is no national coordinator in your country, contact the EAPPI office (eappi@wcc-coe.org);

3) Return the completed application form to your National Coordinator (or to EAPPI Geneva office, as appropriate) remembering to include the photos and the references.

EAPPI
Public Witness: Addressing Power, Affirming Peace
World Council of Churches
Box 2100 1211 Geneva 2
Switzerland
Fax: +4122 791 6406
E-mail: eappi@wcc-coe.org

 

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