Solidarity of Nations - Achvat Amim is a movement-building platform that provides frameworks and programs for young adults to engage in meaningful partnerships with Palestinians and Israelis in the movement for self-determination for all. Our participants gain practical skills, analytic frameworks, and access to relevant networks that resource and empower them as sustained actors within larger movements for justice and peace. Whether you are living in the region or abroad, you can find your place with Achvat Amim.
Summer Solidarity Cohort
June 25th, 2023 - July 31st, 2023
Spend five weeks of your summer on the ground working directly with Palestinians and Israelis in the movement for justice and liberation. Participants will join a dynamic learning community in which we will explore and shape Jewish culture, identity, and activism as well as gain critical frameworks for understanding power, change-making, and movement-building.
Learn More About the Summer Solidarity Cohort.
Fall 2023: October 8th 2023 - February 11th 2024
Spring 2024: February - July
Participants live communally in the heart of Jerusalem, build and take part in a critical and democratic learning process, volunteer with prominent human rights organizations, learn Hebrew and Arabic, and engage in Jewish learning. Learn More About the 5-Month Immersive.
Weekly Justice Fellowship
Fall 2023: October 22nd 2023 - February 11th 2024
Weekly on Sundays!
Fellows already living in the region participate in a weekly learning program to explore history, identity, politics, economics, spirituality, and the interconnections between them. In addition to weekly learning days, fellows participate in sustained volunteer and solidarity work with our Israeli and Palestinian partners. Learn More About the Justice Fellowship.
Join us in building a future rooted in the Jewish values of tzedek (justice), shalom (peace), tikkun olam (repairing the world) and achvat amim (solidarity of nations).
"We hope that Solidarity of Nations – Achvat Amim participants have positive life-changing experiences as individuals and a meaningful collective journey. We hope that we will actively connect our exploration of Jewish tradition, history and values with our vision and strategy for making a better world. We hope that our participants are connected to the struggle for justice and peace here and that they incorporate the value of self-determination for all peoples into their lives.”
-Daniel Roth and Karen Isaacs, Achvat Amim Founders