Visionaries

 

Just Vision presents the views, stories and life lessons of dozens of courageous Israelis and Palestinians working nonviolently to resolve the conflict.

Explore the work, motivations, and challenges for Palestinian and Israeli peacebuilders working daily on the ground using nonviolent strategies. Use the Meet a Grassroots Leader filter to sort through in-depth interviews, or compare peacebuilders' comments on themes relating to peacebuilding and the conflict using the Thematic Search filter. Read more about how we select our interviewees.

 

Meet a Grassroots Leader

Choose from over 60 interviews with Palestinian and Israeli grassroots leaders working to end the occupation and the conflict using nonviolent means and read their in-depth interviews with Just Vision. You can filter interviews by selecting from the keywords below. Add additional keywords to narrow your results. You may also view a list of all the interviews here..

Seeds of Peace, Children of Abraham
PRIME (Peace Research Institute in the Middle East)
People's Campaign for Peace and Democracy
International Peace and Cooperation Center (IPCC)
Tarabut-Hithabrut,Ta’ayush, MECA
Other Voice, The Center for Emerging Futures
The School for Peace
Holy Land Trust
Terrestrial Jerusalem (TJ)
Machsom Watch
Bustan
Women in Black
Bereaved Families Forum, Al Tareek (The Way)
The School for Peace
Interfaith Encounter Association
Palestine-Israel Journal
Rabbis for Human Rights
All for Peace Radio
Machsom Watch, Oz V'Shalom/Netivot Shalom, Darom4Peace, Mirkam Ezory
Peace Now
Human Rights Defenders Fund
Formerly of the Coalition of Women for Peace, Machsom Watch
Center for Jewish-Arab Economic Development
Arab-Hebrew Theatre in Jaffa
Panorama
Coalition of Women For Peace
Rabbis for Human Rights
Maan News, Bethlehem Television
Interfaith Encounter Association
Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions
Bereaved Families Forum, All For Peace Radio
The Sulha Peace Project, Jerusalem Peacemakers, Middleway
Community Organizer, Budrus
Parents Circle - Bereaved Families Forum
Middle East Children's Association (MECA)
Dialogue On The Road
Formerly of the Sulha Peace Project
PRIME (Peace Research Institute in the Middle East)
Anarchists Against the Wall
Bitterlemons
Young Israeli Forum for Cooperation
Former consultant to the Bereaved Families' Forum
EcoPeace/Friends of the Earth Middle East
People's Campaign for Peace and Democracy
Association for the Commemoration of Bat-Chen Shahak, Bereaved Families Forum
Young Israeli Forum for Cooperation
Bereaved Families Forum, All For Peace Radio
People's Campaign for Peace and Democracy
Rabbis for Human Rights
Other Voice, The Center for Emerging Futures
Building Bridges for Peace, Reut-Sedaka
Middleway, Gisha, The People's Voice
The Villages Group
IPCRI (Israel-Palestine Center for Research and Information)
Bustan
New Profile
Coalition of Women For Peace
Peres Center for Peace, Peace NGOs Forum
Combatants for Peace
The Sulha Peace Project, Jerusalem Peacemakers, Middleway
Terrestrial Jerusalem (TJ)
Peace Child Israel
Parents Circle - Bereaved Families Forum
Breaking the Silence
Water and Environmental Development Organization, Friends of the Earth Middle East
Windows
Seeds of Peace, Children of Abraham
Combatants for Peace, Middle East Nonviolence and Democracy (MEND)
PRIME (Peace Research Institute in the Middle East)
The Olive Tree Movement, Humans Without Borders
Bereaved Families Forum, Al Tareek (The Way)
Community Organizer, Budrus
Anarchists Against the Wall
International Peace and Cooperation Center (IPCC)
The School for Peace
People's Campaign for Peace and Democracy
Association for the Commemoration of Bat-Chen Shahak, Bereaved Families Forum
Tarabut-Hithabrut,Ta’ayush, MECA
Machsom Watch
Arab-Hebrew Theatre in Jaffa
EcoPeace/Friends of the Earth Middle East
Center for Jewish-Arab Economic Development
The Arik Institute for Reconciliation, Tolerance and Peace
Gisha: Legal Center for Freedom of Movement
Community Organizer, Budrus
The School for Peace
Bitterlemons
Folklore of the Other
Interfaith Encounter Association
Middle East Children's Association (MECA)