An IFPB Model to Increase Our Collective Impact by Working Together

Interfaith Peace-Builders (IFPB) has led delegations to Israel/Palestine since 2000.  This work builds on a longer history of delegation work both with the Fellowship of Reconciliation and with a coalition of other organizations (Middle East Witness) during the first Intifada.

Today IFPB hopes to use its long experience to build strong and expanding networks of individuals and local groups who can advocate for peace with justice in Israel/Palestine.  In addition to continuing to send four delegations per year while supporting education and advocacy work for returned delegates, we hope to reach out to other organizations interested in collaborating on delegation work.

Based on our commitment to coalition organizing and movement building, IFPB enters into partnership as a matter of principle and strategy. Since 2000,we have worked with ten organizations on 18 delegations that included some type of partnership or co-sponsorship.  All of these delegations have made connections across movements and enriched both organizations. 

Among the organizations we’ve worked with are the Fellowship of Reconciliation, the American Friends Service Committee, FORs Creating a Culture of Peace program, the National Peace Foundation the Episcopal Peace Fellowship, the Muslim Public Affairs Council, the Baptist Peace Fellowship, AFSC’s Third World Coalition, Global Majority, the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation, and the Resource Center for Nonviolence. We've also worked with a contingent of Haverford College students to join a recent delegation. Click here to learn more about our partners.

We'll be adding more details to this site soon about ways to work in partnership with IFPB on delegations, but until then, please contact us (see below) if you're interested in learning more.

What IFPB Brings to Partnerships