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“Our vision is of Israelis and Palestinians living in peace together, each having their own national identity and each respecting the other. It is not based upon divisions of land but on rights. This is the vision with which we have to challenge the Trump plan with. For even though it may sound daft it is actually far more achievable.” Chris Rose writes about President Trump’s recent Peace Plan.
“I know leaving a legacy is one of the best ways to support Amos — indeed it is the one thing I was certain of when I sorted out my own will 17 years ago, when I was pregnant.” Writing a charity into your will can be a daunting process. Amos’ Katie Hagley says it doesn’t have to be that way.
Selected books, essays, films and podcasts from Audre Lorde to Arundhati Roy; we’ve found that these have provided unique and intersectional perspectives which challenge us and teach us something new. Hand-picked by the Amos team — we hope you’ll enjoy them too.
On Saturday 18th January 2020, Dieudonné Nahimana, the Founder and Executive Director of Amos’ partner New Generation Burundi, announced his candidacy for the forthcoming Burundian Presidential elections. Full details.
It’s that time of year to look back at what was, as we look forward to what will be. Here are the Amos staff team’s top picks of 2019; from workshops in Tanzania to marathons in Bethlehem, from cricket finals at Lord’s to home rebuilds in Palestine, from cycle rides in the West Bank to fundraising dinners in London — these are our highlights.
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