The Australia Palestine Advocacy Network (APAN) is inspired by decades of Palestinian struggle and resistance towards justice.

We are a community of people dedicated to supporting and leading meaningful campaigns to shift Australian policy and the dominant public discourse to better reflect Palestinian concerns.

We aim to shape Australian foreign policy so that it helps create political conditions that will allow Palestinians and Israelis to achieve a just and lasting peace, fully recognising the rights and needs of the Palestinian people.

Our work is led by and centred around the voices of Palestinians and based in their inalienable right to self-determination.

Our work also reflects broader understandings of justice, and sits as part of a wider, interconnected movement to end racism in all its forms, including antisemitism, islamophobia, and anti-Arab sentiment.

As part of the global, grassroots movement for justice in Palestine, we continue to work closely and in solidarity with a spectrum of allies, partners, faith-based, peace, and social justice organisations in Australia, Palestine, and beyond.

Having recently joined the APAN Executive Committee, I have witnessed APAN’s unwavering commitment to peace, justice and equality for the Palestinian people, and I invite you to join us in supporting the cause.

On Sunday 3 September 2023, APAN will be holding their annual fundraising dinner, where they hope to raise funds and awareness for advocacy for Palestine.

Change on the ground in Palestine needs the support of countries like Australia to bring about political change for Palestinian rights and we need the community’s support to do this.

The evening will feature first-hand accounts from Palestine, guest speakers, and Palestinian goods for sale, auction, and raffle. Tickets include a three-course dinner and soft-drink. All food served will be halal.

GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY

www.apan.org.au/event/sydney-dinner

For more information about the ground breaking work that APAN does, be sure to visit https://apan.org.au/