“Bridges for hope and peace“ is an international global NGO that supports psychosocial involvement in conflict-prone settings.
We build bridges to and from people, including the right to a dignified life despite the pain of war, siege, violence, life-limiting lack of food and the lack of medical care, absence of education, poverty and the displacement of people from their homes, all of which have seen an increase over the years.
We bear witness in the form of lectures and interviews with people who have suffered injustice.
We give a voice to those who no one is listening too, and we hear them.
We offer training of non-violent action with the psychology of nonviolent resistance, together, we can find possible ways out of spiralling violence.
We are politically neutral and have no religious affiliations.
"Bridges for Hope and Peace" sees itself as a network that supports joint efforts for peace-building measures, wherever they are needed. The basis of our actions is the "nonviolent resistance" from Haim Omer's "new authority".