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 City, Our World

Planned your holidays yet?
Join with young Jews, Christians and Muslims from France in the beautiful surroundings of Ammerdown, Somerset, to look at how we the societies around us – and global events such as those in the Middle East – impact upon us.
3rd – 8th August

Fully sponsored by the EU’s Youth in Action programme.

Womens Voices

Based in Greater Manchester, this project provides young women with skills to manage and deliver community-based projects. (Contact: projects@fodip.org) Sponsored by Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
More info here


Tough Options

FODIP is experienced in helping groups and individuals explore how we feel about the Holy Land, our differing fears and our shared hopes. We offer training to those wanting or needing to facilitate such dialogue. Contact us for further details.

We are also happy to advise or provide information on dialogue or travel for interfaith groups or individuals free of charge.

“Reassuring and positive!”
“Constructive and reflective activities made emotions easier to contain.”
“Nice focus on the future and concrete actions to be taken.”
“A distinctive contribution to dialogue on Israel-Palestine.”


Youth Projects

Sponsored by the European Union Youth In Action programme.


All of Us

What does it mean to be a British citizen? How can we feel at home in a society whose values, culture and even political decisions may raise questions for us? Our recently concluded ‘All of Us’ project looked at the Kulanana project devised by the Israeli citizenship organisation Merchavim; it asked how young people in the UK can similarly consider citizenship and difference and provide models for other young people to do the same.




Facilitation Training

We are happy to provide training in our dialogue facilitation methods on Israel/Palestine.
Contact us to discuss your requirements.


Helping the conversation: a FODIP workshop with the Coexistence Trust’s Campus Ambassadors