About the coalition

The Coalition of Private Associations was established to promote societal reconciliation and civil peace in 2019 on the initiative of a number of NGOs working in various fields and geographical distribution in the Palestinian territories and on the initiative of the Pal Think Foundation for Strategic Studies, with the aim of strengthening cooperation, consultation, coordination and networking between them in an effort to achieve goodness and enhance the Palestinian identity. In its endeavors, the coalition focuses on all members of the Palestinian society and civil institutions, because the efforts of the Palestinian unity will not succeed and will not bear fruit except through their wide involvement in it, especially as achieving unity will inevitably lead to contributing to achieving prosperity and sustainable development for them, and that division is one of the most important obstacles. The coalition adopts a comprehensive and sustainable approach based on partnership and cooperation with all relevant parties and interest groups, with the aim of working to strengthen societal pressure in order to achieve comprehensive community reconciliation.


Towards effective pioneering civil institutions, working together according to a unified strategic plan in order to enhance the success of the comprehensive Palestinian unity


The Coalition of Civil Institutions to Promote Community Reconciliation and Civil Peace, is a grouping of independent Palestinian civil institutions working together within the framework of a network of partner institutions, and seeks to stimulate and mobilize societal efforts to press for the promotion of societal reconciliation and civil peace and influence in order to involve civil society organizations directly, seriously and effectively In achieving them, in order to reach a comprehensive Palestinian reconciliation.


The first strategic goal : Contribute to building and developing the capabilities of the coalition members in the field of promoting community reconciliation and civil peace.
The second strategic objective:Contributing to the promotion of community and institutional pressure and mobilization in order to achieve and achieve community reconciliation and civil peace.
The third strategic objective: Contributing to enabling civil society institutions to participate directly, in real terms, and in the field of community reconciliation and civil peace.