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Nov 28, 2014

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The CEPR is an independent non-profit and non-partisan organisation registered in Belgium (BE 0828.629.725) in accordance with the Transparency Register Joint Secretariat of the European Parliament and European Commission (No. 60574176433-83). The CEPR works towards a just resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with the full restitution of Palestinian rights according to international law. Your support is pivotal to making this happen!

The CEPR is funded entirely by individual donations from around the world in compliance with Belgian and British legal requirements, and does not accept funds from any individuals or institutions whose objectives are inimical to the interests of peace and justice. Making a donation to the CEPR will increase our capacity to influence policy, promote political engagement at the highest levels and work towards a better future in the Middle East.
 


Our goal is to influnece European policy-making in a positive manner by leading delegations of European parliamentarians to the Palestinian territories (Gaza, East Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza), as well as to neighbouring countries to gain awareness of the key issues at stake on the ground. You can also support us by signing up to the CEPR monthly newsletter - European Palestinian Pulse - and by joining us on our social media outlets:
 

     

'The occupying power shall not deport or transfer parts of its own population into the territories it occupies'

Of Article 49 of Fourth Geneva Convention relative to the protection of civilians.

The Council for European Palestinian Relations (CEPR) is an independent non-profit and non-partisan organisation registered in Belgium (BE 0828.629.725) with an office in London.

The CEPR is entered on the Transparency Register Joint Secretariat of the European Parliament and European Commission (No. 60576433-83).

We work to improve dialogue between Europe and the Arab world with the goal of restituting Palestinian rights according to international law within a just resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.