Stand up and be counted!

Our heartaches for the people of Gaza is beyond words.  Yet despite the indifference of the West, we cannot be silent.  We encourage you to take action on-line via other tools below.  If you see on-line hate or incitement to hate, we have launched a tool to enable you to capture and record such incidents.  Almost 18,000 Canadians have emailed Trudeau and their own MP using our email tool.  Join them now!  And if you've already emailed; do it again.  Donate to Gaza humanitarian aid.  The CJPME Foundation is working with partners to ensure that our aid gets in as soon as it's permitted. Ramp up on the issues.  Check out our talking points, statements and recommendations. Continue reading


Use our new tool to phone your MP, demand a ceasefire

More than two weeks after Israel's collective punishment against the Palestinians of Gaza began, the Canadian government still refuses to call for a ceasefire.  While every day brings news of Israel's bombing of Gaza hospitals, Israel's destruction of Gaza schools and buildings, and Israel's blocking of humanitarian aid, our politicians talk gibberish about Israel's "self defence" and not about Israeli genocide.  If the tens of thousands of messages we've sent to our "leaders" haven't been noticed, then it's time to call them up at their offices! Continue reading


Stop Nakba 2.0! Now more than ever, your help is needed

Words cannot express our worry and fear for the two million civilians of Gaza.  Over the weekend, Israel has ordered half the population of Gaza to move to the south of the territory, and has taken actions that suggest they plan to dispossess millions of Palestinians from Gaza - literally a Nakba 2.0.  Seemingly indifferent, the Trudeau government refuses to push for a ceasefire even after more than 2500 Palestinians have been killed.  Let it be said that you did not sit idly by while our political leaders watched Israel turn Gaza to dust, slaughter its people, and commit another mass atrocity. Continue reading


Help respond positively to events in Gaza

Like CJPME, you've probably been following events around Gaza closely these past 24 hours. Like you, we've been doing our best to respond to poor media coverage, and one-sided statements from politicians.  Here's a summary of what we've been doing, and ways you can participate.  If you believe in CJPME's work, please consider donating.    Influencing Media Narratives Early on Saturday, CJPME issued a strong press statement to the media that was picked up by the Canadian Press, and quoted in dozens of print and broadcast publications.  You can see us quoted in the piece in the Calgary Herald, the Toronto Star, and dozens of other publications and broadcasters. The PR contained important core points: If you're talking to your friends, some you might find useful are: Continue reading


CJPME Survey: Canadians see Israel as an apartheid state

Today, CJPME is releasing the important results of a public opinion poll it commissioned which finds that Canadians are MUCH MORE likely to view Israel in terms of “apartheid” than they are to see it as a “vibrant democracy.” Access our full report here (or in .pdf)! Continue reading


New Staff

Since the beginning of the year, CJPME has launched ambitious new programs to increase our impact. But nothing would have been happened without the involvement of some amazing new staff! Please take a moment to meet four new staff who have joined the team since the beginning of the year, and read how they are growing our impact! If you like what you see below, please consider making a donation to CJPME’s work for justice and liberation in Palestine. Continue reading


See Farah Nabulsi’s new Palestine movie at the TIFF!

For all our friends in Toronto... CJPME is thrilled to announce that Farah Nabulsi’s debut feature film The Teacher will premiere at this year's Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF.)  If you're interested in getting tickets, they're on sale starting today!  Don't miss out! Continue reading


CJPME announces 2023 grants for student solidarity work!

CJPME is thrilled to announce its 2023 student solidarity grants. CJPME realizes that university campuses and groups are at the forefront of Palestine solidarity work, and CJPME wants to do all it can to support these efforts!  This year, we will award up to 12 grants of either $250 or $500, based on student group needs and plans. Continue reading


CJPME’s Media Impact Continues!

In March of this year, we announced the launch of our “Media Accountability Project,” a new initiative to challenge Canadian media bias against Palestinians and their narratives. We are ecstatic to say that after just six months, our impact has already far exceeded our expectations.  Continue reading


Meet Palestinian filmmakers, writers, artists, and more!

CJPME invites you to check out the exciting new episodes of our “All Things Palestinian” Podcast, where our hosts and their guests explore the deep questions and reflections around Palestine. Our most recent episode features Darin Sallam, Director of Farha, and next week's episode will feature Farah Nabulsi, Director of The Present. Both films are currently on Netflix. The “All Things Palestinian” podcast seeks to promote Palestinian pride and engagement through the exploration of Palestinian art, culture, history, and heritage. You can listen to the episodes on our Website, or via any major podcast platform, whether Apple, Spotify or others. Continue reading