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Just Peace Advocates/Mouvement pour une Paix Juste

Just Peace Advocates

A Canadian based independent human rights organization promoting Just Peace/Paix Juste through the rule of law and respect for human rights in Canada and around the world for the Palestinian people and those that stand in solidarity for the human rights of the Palestinian people.


To provide a civil society voice focused on government, institutional and society’s accountability to the rule of law, and the standards of international human rights and humanitarian law for the rights of the Palestinian people.

What Do We Do?

The work of Just Peace Advocates is accomplished through research, monitoring, education, communications, advocacy, programs and services.

Guiding Principles

That the work of Just Peace Advocates is:

1. Based on one principle — that  the people of Palestine are entitled to same rights as all people.

2. Focused on protection of the civil and constitutional rights of those who speak out for freedom, equity and justice.

How Is Our Work Accomplished?

Public policy interests for equity for all people including those of Palestine is advanced through strong national and international networks that build effective relationships with government, media, Canadian civil society, including all faiths and ethnic groups, and supporters of human rights and international law.

Our Core Work

The Palestine Justice Hub

one-stop accessible info to understand your rights and make informed decisions

The Palestine Communication Hub

go-to for accurate analysis, and timely responses

The Palestine Advocacy Hub 

providing civil society voice to elected officials, senators, diplomats, public service and institutions

The Palestine Policy Hub (Research and Information)

research and analysis to support legal, communications and advocacy hubs

The Palestine Action Hub  (Campaigns)

advocacy support;  education/webinars; building alliances and networks in Canada and around the world;