Israel’s War Against Palestine: Documenting the Military Occupation of Palestinian and Arab Lands

International Women’s Peace Service is seeking Palestine volunteers

21 February 2010

The International Women’s Peace Service is currently seeking applications from women who would like to join our on-the-ground team in Palestine as long term volunteers (applications for short term volunteers are also welcome).

Please find below the information on how to apply and/or find out more information.

Please feel free to distribute the IWPS recruitment call to your networks and/or post to your website.


International Human Rights Volunteers Needed in Palestine

The International Women¹s Peace Service (IWPS) is a team of international human-rights volunteers in Palestine who provide accompaniment to Palestinian civilians (including farmers during the annual olive harvest), document and non-violently intervene in human-rights abuses and support acts of non-violent resistance to end the Israeli military occupation and construction of the barrier throughout the West Bank.

IWPS is currently inviting applications from women who would like to join our team of long-term volunteers.

Successful applicants will be invited to a 9 day training program and meeting in Portugal (June 19th-27th, 2010) and will serve a minimum of one 3 month term in the West Bank, Palestine, as well as supporting our work outside of Palestine.

Applicants should be able to commit to further terms in Palestine of one to three months for a three year period.

Short term volunteers are also welcome to apply ( for minimum volunteer periods of 3 weeks

For more information about IWPS and our activities please see our website (please note our website is currently being restructured and upgraded)

If you would like more information and/or would like to receive an application pack please contact us at

Deadline for applications 30th April 2010

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