Ir Amim (“City of Nations” or “City of Peoples”) is an Israeli non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in order to actively engage in those issues impacting on Israeli-Palestinian relations in Jerusalem and on the political future of the city.  Ir Amim seeks to render Jerusalem a more viable and equitable city, while generating and promoting a more politically sustainable future.

 

Bearing in mind the symbolic and actual status of Jerusalem as a city of two peoples and three religions, as well as the city’s pivotal role in reaching a political agreement, Ir Amim aspires to a stable Jerusalem, equitably shared by the two peoples; a city that ensures the dignity and welfare of all its residents and that safeguards their holy places, as well as their historical and cultural heritages.

 

Ir Amim offers its knowledge and expertise concerning the political, economic and social conditions in Jerusalem to a range of organizations and individuals, including governmental and municipal authorities who deal with the management of the city, and Track II parties who examine the sustainability of possible political arrangements.

 

Ir Amim has ongoing working relations with the Palestinian community in Jerusalem, as well as with key players in the international community active in Jerusalem issues. 

 

Ir Amim operates a range of complementary activities:

  • Monitoring and exposing critical developments in Jerusalem, and informing / alerting target audiences in Israel and in the world.
  • Legal advocacy aimed at halting or mitigating unilateral actions that harm the fabric of life in Jerusalem, and create obstacles to reaching an agreed-upon future for the city and the region.
  • Policy advocacy with decision makers, both local and international.
  • Public outreach and media work aimed at raising awareness of developments in the city and understanding of their local and global significance.  Activities include study tours of East Jerusalem, professional seminars and public events.
  • Strengthening, and working with, civil society organizations in East Jerusalem to advance a more equitable Jerusalem.

 

 

 

Ir Amim (“City of Nations” or “City of Peoples”) is an Israeli non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in order to actively engage in those issues impacting on Israeli-Palestinian relations in Jerusalem and on the political future of the city.  Ir Amim seeks to render Jerusalem a more viable and equitable city, while generating and promoting a more politically sustainable future.

 

Bearing in mind the symbolic and actual status of Jerusalem as a city of two peoples and three religions, as well as the city’s pivotal role in reaching a political agreement, Ir Amim aspires to a stable Jerusalem, equitably shared by the two peoples; a city that ensures the dignity and welfare of all its residents and that safeguards their holy places, as well as their historical and cultural heritages.

 

Ir Amim offers its knowledge and expertise concerning the political, economic and social conditions in Jerusalem to a range of organizations and individuals, including governmental and municipal authorities who deal with the management of the city, and Track II parties who examine the sustainability of possible political arrangements.

 

Ir Amim has ongoing working relations with the Palestinian community in Jerusalem, as well as with key players in the international community active in Jerusalem issues. 

 

Ir Amim operates a range of complementary activities:

  • Monitoring and exposing critical developments in Jerusalem, and informing / alerting target audiences in Israel and in the world.
  • Legal advocacy aimed at halting or mitigating unilateral actions that harm the fabric of life in Jerusalem, and create obstacles to reaching an agreed-upon future for the city and the region.
  • Policy advocacy with decision makers, both local and international.
  • Public outreach and media work aimed at raising awareness of developments in the city and understanding of their local and global significance.  Activities include study tours of East Jerusalem, professional seminars and public events.
  • Strengthening, and working with, civil society organizations in East Jerusalem to advance a more equitable Jerusalem.