B’tselem – The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories endeavors to educate the Israeli public and policymakers about human rights violations in the Occupied Territories, combat the phenomenon of denial prevalent among the Israeli public, and create a human rights culture in Israel. B’Tselem acts primarily to change Israeli policy in the Occupied Territories and ensure that its government, which rules the Occupied Territories, protects human rights and complies with its obligations under international law.

Gush Shalom
Gush Shalom aims to influence Israeli public opinion and lead it towards peace and conciliation with the Palestinian people. It seeks an end to the occupation, accepting the right of the Palestinian people to an independent and sovereign State, in all the territories occupied by Israel in 1967, and establishing Jerusalem as the capital of the two states, with East Jerusalem including the Haram al-Sharif as the capital of Palestine and West Jerusalem (including the Western Wall) serving as the capital of Israel. It recognizes in principle the Right of Return.

ICAHD is a non-violent, direct-action group originally established to oppose and resist Israeli demolition of Palestinian houses in the Occupied Territories. It engages in issues of land expropriation, settlement expansion, by-pass road construction, policies of “closure” and “separation,” the wholesale uprooting of fruit and olive trees and more. ICAHD’s activities extend to resistance and protest actions in the Occupied Territories; bring the reality of the Occupation to Israeli society; and mobilizing the international community for a just peace.




MachsomWatch,is an organisation of peace activist Israeli women against the Israeli Occupation of the territories and the systematic repression of the Palestinian nation. It calls for Palestinian freedom of movement within their own territory and for an end to the Occupation that destroys Palestinian society and inflicts grievous harm on Israeli society.

 The Palestine Monitor
The Palestine Monitor is an informal network of writers and activists who seek to highlight an alternative narrative from inside occupied Palestine. Palestine Monitor and present the occupation of Palestine from a Palestinian perspective. It highlights the fact that a credible lasting peace settlement is only possible with full scale democracy, equality for Palestinians, and internationally recognized human rights that are implemented and adhered to across Israel and Palestine.

 Peace Now
Peace Now is the oldest peace movement and one with a significantly broad public base.  Its basic principle affirms the right of Israel to live within secure borders and the right of our neighbors to do the same, including the right of Palestinians to self-determination. Peace Now operates through public campaigns, advertisements, petitions, distribution of educational materials, conferences and lectures, surveys, dialogue groups, street activities, vigils, and demonstrations.

Wi’am Palestinian Conflict Resolution Center
Wi’am focuses on helping to resolve disputes within the Palestinian community by complementing the traditional Arab form of mediation, called Sulha, with Western models of conflict resolution within the occupied and oppressed state of Palestine.

The United Nations Information System on the Question of Palestine (UNISPAL)
The United Nations Information System on the Question of Palestine (UNISPAL) was established by the Division for Palestinian Rights in response to successive General Assembly mandates. The main collection contains the texts of current and historical United Nations material concerning the question of Palestine and other issues related to the Middle East situation and the search for peace.