FODIP’s Project Work
FODIP is experienced in helping groups and individuals explore how we feel about the Holy Land, our differing fears and our shared hopes. We run a number of projects to help Jews, Christians and Muslims and those of no or other faiths in the UK, explore issues of pilgrimage, conflict, identity and citizenship in the context of Israel and Palestine.
Our Tough Options programme is for 14-19 year olds, looking at how difficult issues – and specifically the Israeli/Palestinian conflict – impact on our communities here in Britain. In 2019 we are operating this work in Birmingham, Nottingham and Greater Manchester. Tough Options is supported by the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government.
FODIP on tour
We are rolling out our expertise and providing dialogue opportunities through a series of symposia and seminars in London, Bradford and Greater Manchester. This programme is supported and in partnership with Penny Appeal.
Women’s Voices and Women’s Sports Projects
FODIP runs programmes for women from traditional and faith communities in Manchester to meet together in a safe, women only environment to learn and hear from the other and explore difficult issues together.
We are happy to provide training in our dialogue facilitation methods on Israel/Palestine.
Contact us to discuss your requirements.