Occupied Palestine/Israel

  • Addameer: Palestinian non-governmental institution which focuses on support for Palestinian prisoners, advocating the rights of political prisoners, and working to end torture through monitoring, legal procedures and solidarity campaigns.
  • Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign: A Palestinian grassroots campaign mobilizing local and international opposition to Israel's Apartheid Wall.  Includes maps and other educational resources about the Wall and first-hand accounts of the Wall's effects on Palestinian communities.
  • Applied Research Institute - Jerusalem (ARIJ): Bethlehem based, specializes in water and other natural resources in the region
  • Arab Association for Human Rights: Association in the service of the Palestinian minority in Israel
  • The Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI): Israel's leading civil and human rights organization. Since 1972, ACRI has led the fight to protect and promote human rights in Israel and the Occupied Territories through litigation, education, community outreach, and policy advocacy efforts.
  • B'tselem: The leading Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories
  • Badil: Palestinian organization providing alternative, critical and progressive information and analysis on the question of Palestinian refugees.
  • Bat Shalom: Israeli Palestinian and Jewish women peace activists
  • Birzeit University: Established in 1924 but grew after the 1967 Israeli military occupation when the College saw the pressing need for developing into a full fledged university to provide higher educational opportunities to students who were often barred from continuing their education abroad due to imposed military travel restrictions.
  • Defense For Children International-Palestine Section: Dedicated to promoting and protecting the rights of Palestinian children in the West Bank and Gaza. Website has statistics and accounts of child prisoners and children killed and injured.
  • Gush Shalom: Israeli "Peace Block" playing a leading role in the moral and political agenda of the peace forces in Israel
  • Health Development Information and Policy: Devoted to policy research and planning regarding the Palestinian health care system in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
  • Israeli Committee Against Home Demolition: A non-violent, direct-action group established by Israelis to oppose and resist the policies of Israeli occupation
  • Journal of Palestine Studies: An independent, non-profit Arab research organization devoted to a better understanding of the question of Palestine.
  • Joint Advocacy Initiative of East Jerusalem: An initiative of East Jerusalem YMCA and the YWCA of Palestine to present an accurate picture of life in Palestine and offering people the opportunity to express solidarity with the Palestinian people through campagns through church groups and NGO.
  • Office For Coordinating Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA): Daily UN info on humanitarian situation in the OPT
  • Palestine Monitor: A project of the Palestinian NGO Network (PNGO) with updates and analysis about the current situation facing Palestinians in the OPT and abroad in an effort to bring the Palestinian narrative onto the international stage.
  • PLO Negotiation Affairs Department: Established in 1994 in Gaza in order to follow up on the implementation of the Interim Agreement signed between Israel and the PLO. Also the central coordinating institution of the negotiation process.
  • Palestinian Agricultural Relief Committees: Helping rural Palestinian communities develop secure and cost-effective livelihoods under Israeli occupation.
  • Palestinian Center for Human Rights: An independent legal body based in Gaza City dedicated to protecting human rights, promoting the rule of law, and upholding democratic principles in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
  • Palestinian General Federation of Trade Unions: Dedicated to improving workers conditions including economical, social, educational and psychological status and establishing strong independent democratic unions.
  • Palestinian Hydrology Group: PHG is striving, in cooperation with the local communities, to protect and develop water and environmental resources and to ensure just and equal provision of water and sanitation services to the rural and marginal communities in the West Bank and Gaza.
  • Ilan Pappe: Articles, interviews, etc. by Israeli-Jewish activist and scholar
  • PASSIA: Academic Society for the Study of International and Palestinian Affairs
  • Physicians for Human Rights- Israel: A non-profit organization working to secure the right of all individuals to equal access to health care services regardless of political, national, religious, gender or socio-economic considerations.
  • UNISPAL: All UN documents relating to Palestine/Israel
  • Union of Palestinian Medical Relief Committees: Palestinian health organization founded in 1979 by Palestinian doctors and health professionals seeking to supplement inadequate health infrastructure caused by years of Israeli military occupation.
  • United Nations Relief and Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNWRA): Contributes to the welfare and human development of four generations of Palestine refugees.