COALITION OF PEACE
The beating heart of our charity is our Coalition of Peace, a network of independent, like-minded groups – CBOs and NGOs.
Bodies from every continent are affiliated to Children of Peace, but principally in Gaza, Israel, Jordan, Turkey and the West Bank.
The Coalition of Peace is now the single, largest peace network across the Middle East.
The Coalition of Peace clearly demonstrates unity of purpose from peace activists and groups across the region. It acts as a voice for the children and as a platform of change and interchange. In many cases it is an important peace corridor for groups that have had little or no contact before – helping to bring dialogue, contact and instrumental change. All affiliates in the Coalition receive a quarterly issue of the online publication Peace Child which functions as a meeting point for affiliates.
If you are a grassroots group, a CBO or NGO working in the region and if you share our notions of conflict resolution, reconciliation, the protection of children and peaceful co-existence you can apply to join the Coalition of Peace.
To do so, you first need to register with us an affiliate. Only affiliates are entitled to be considered for funds or grants by our Grants Committee. See our Funding Guidelines.
To apply for affiliation, simply email our President’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org requesting an affiliation with our charity…
- stating your request.
- your reason for requesting affiliation.
- your support for our principles.
- your organizations name, location.
- a brief outline of the work you do.
- confirmation that you adhere to a child protection policy.
Once received, our Compliance Team will process your application and then will contact you to take it to the next stage requesting further information on your work, your track record, references and current activities.
Hot conflict may have been replaced with an uneasy truce - but the children’s suffering goes on – displacement, post traumatic stress. Please support our #RebuildingLives efforts and help the #childrenofconflict.
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