Learn About Conflict
Learn why many Palestinians feel like they cannot count on basic security, equal rights, and treatment under the law.
Protecting children, ensuring rights, offering security, and fostering the key tenets of civic engagement are the tenants of our work. Will you support us to make a difference?
For our founder this cause is personal! It is his life’s mission. Rick’s dad became a refugee after fleeing the Nazi Holocaust in 1938. Rick Colbath-Hess, L.I.C.S.W, has been a labor and human rights activist for many years. Rick has worked on many grassroots campaigns, including founding the first statewide living wage campaign for human service workers in the country. Rick is an adjunct faculty member teaching courses in leadership, grassroots politics and community organizing at the College of Public and Community Service at UMass, Boston.
He has received many awards for his work, including a Peace and Justice Award from the City of Cambridge and a community service award from the Mid Cambridge Neighborhood Association.
The Palestine Advocacy Project advocates for the rights of Palestine and Palestinians by educating on the human rights issues impacting Palestine. The Palestine Advocacy Project seeks individuals support to volunteer or donate to help us advocate for Palestinians. The Palestine Advocacy Project appreciates any support you can offer.
Palestine Advocacy Project
P.O. Box 398011
Cambridge, MA 02139