CMEP1835 engages young adults and university students around the country through educational regional summits as well as advocacy summits in Washington D.C. These events focus on promoting holistic U.S. policies toward the Middle East, with a focus on advocacy around Israel/Palestine. At a CMEP1835 Summit you will learn from thought leaders advocating for the just resolution to conflicts in the Middle East, and gain tools to engage with your elected officials on these issues. The journey to justice and peace across the Middle East requires the effort and unity of voices from all kinds of advocates, especially those ages 18-35!
CMEP1835 engages young adults ages 18 to 35 in advocacy, justice, and peacebuilding in the Middle East. On Nov. 14, CMEP1835 hosted a half-day webinar Intersections of Faith and Advocacy: A Focus on Peacebuilding in Israel-Palestine.
Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon, Churches for Middle East Peace
Rev. Dr. Munther Isaac, Bethlehem Bible College
Carla Montilla Jaimes, Morghan Cyr, and Josh Curtis, J Street
CMEP1835 also allows young people the chance to get involved with Churches for Middle East Peace through:
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