Volunteering for Peace CC

Breaking the ice between the people of different faiths and reaching a point of friendship and full respect
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“Our purpose is to spread the culture of peace, interfaith and non-violence in the world and creating a bridge between Muslims and Christians in Palestine.”
Traditions
Christianity, Islam
Sub-Traditions
Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant, Sunni
Number of Members
10
Location
Hebron, West Bank, Palestine Territory, State of Palestine
Joined URI Network

Volunteering for Peace Cooperation Circle (CC) is a Palestinian non-governmental organization that participates in establishing a bridge between the different faith groups in Palestine. CC members are active in the field of non-violence and peace building. They organize different workshops, training programs and exchanges in topics related to interfaith, non-violence, peace building, conflict resolution, intercultural learning and other topics. They host The Volunteering for Peace Exchange Program Sharing Perspective II in Hebron, Palestine which is an exchange for 20 Dutch students and 20 Palestinian students to share ideas about culture and faith.

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