Ali Morgan is currently serving as a Human Rights Observer with the Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel. She is based in Bethlehem in the West Bank (occupied Palestinian territories) for three months.  Ali is a Quaker.

Ali will be available from February 2014 to give talks about her work with EAPPI and the lives of the people of the West Bank.

Ecumenical Accompaniers (EAs) provide protective presence to vulnerable communities. They  monitor and report human rights abuses and support Palestinians and Israelis working together for a just peace. EAPPI provides 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.

For Further information about EAPPI see www.eappi.org

I am participating in a programme with [Quaker Peace and Social Witness QPSW] as an Ecumenical Accompanier serving on the World Council of Churches’ Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI). The views contained herein are personal to me and do not necessarily reflect those of my sending organisation [QPSW] or the WCC. If you would like to publish the information contained here (including posting on a website), or distribute it further, please first contact [Teresap@quaker.org.uk] or the EAPPI Communications Officer (eappi.communications@gmail.com) for permission. Thank you.


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