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Tara Wigley tells the story of her first-time marathon — in Palestine. “I thought we were going on the culinary tour,” my husband said, about a week before we were due to go to Palestine with Amos Trust.
“For us, it has always been very straightforward, if a government refuses to acknowledge international law and to deny basic human rights, then we have to pursue the non-violent means available to us – to challenge this situation. BDS reflects one of these tools.” Amos Director Chris Rose writes about the call to support Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions against Israel.
A play by Ahmed Masoud
Loosely based on a real-life character still living in Gaza, 'The Shroud Maker' is a dark new satire, telling one woman’s story of survival.
Run Without Fear
“I’ve never seen women overtake men before!” declared Mary as we sat and reflected on the race later that day. This run meant many other things for these girls too — it was the first time any of them had left Mwanza or flown on a plane, let alone completing the race and being awarded their medals! Amos Street Child lead worker Karin Joseph describes running the first Zanzibar Marathon with four new friends.
"Through this programme CEPAD partners with rural Nicaraguan villages for 5 years of training, which focuses on supporting the community in the areas that they identify as most important for their development." Fresh from an Amos visit to Nicaragua, Katie Hagley writes about how the community of Teustepe is flourishing.
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