Middle East Nonviolence and Democracy (MEND) promotes active onviolence and encourages alternatives to violence among youth and adults hroughout Palestine. MEND employs innovative methods, especially with the media, and is widely respected for working with authenticity, professionalism and courage.

MEND is expanding rapidly with the burgeoning interest in nonviolence, and now consists of the headquarters in East Jerusalem, and eight regional centres for active nonviolence and eleven community centres/libraries. As an active member in the Arab Partnership for Conflict Prevention and Human Security, MEND is also rapidly becoming a regional organization.


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