Links to Israeli Organizations
The Association for Civil Rights in Israel
was founded in 1972 as a non-political and independent body, with the goal of protecting human and civil rights in Israel and in the territories under Israeli control.
- Planners for Planning Rights was established in May 1999 by planners and architects with the goal of strengthening the connection between human rights and spatial planning in Israel.
- The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the occupied territory endeavors to document and educate the Israeli public and policymakers about human rights violations in the occupied territory, combat the phenomenon of denial prevalent among the Israeli public, and help create a human rights culture in Israel.
The Galilee Society
The Arab National Society for Health Research and Services strives to achieve equitable health, environmental and socio-economic conditions for Palestinian Arabs in Israel.
- The Arab Center for Applied Social Research aims to promote theoretical and applied research on the Palestinian community in Israel and focuses on the social, educational, and economic needs of Palestinians in Israel, as well as on national identity and democratic citizenship.
National Council for the Child
the oldest and largest organization of its kind in Israel. Representing the rights of all Israeli children, including Jews and Arabs, religious and secular, sick and healthy, immigrants and “Sabras", the NCC operates on several complementary fronts as it seeks change in legislation, policy, and practice.
The Public Committee Against Torture in Israel
aims at strengthening democracy and the rule of law by protecting human and civil rights. PCATI believes that the use of torture as a method of interrogation undermines the foundation of democracy in an enlightened society is contrary to Israeli and international conventions.
("a chance or opportunity" in Hebrew), a Jewish-Arab advocacy organization, develops and implements projects to advance civic equality between Arab and Jewish citizens of Israel in government budgets, resource allocation, hiring policy, land usage etc.