Palestine-Israel Action Group2020-12-02T16:16:19-05:00


Palestine-Israel Action Group (PIAG) is a subcommittee of the Peace and Social Concerns Committee. The Group’s goals are to study the Israel/Palestine conflict, to promote dialogue among the Quaker community and the wider public about its economic, social, psychological, and political costs, and to work actively toward a solution in which both sides recognize and respect the other’s needs for peace, security, and identity. PIAG maintains its own website and blog.

Committee Membership Term: None; volunteer membership, with the exception of the convener, who is chosen by the Peace and Social Concerns Committee.
Convener: Marilyn Churchill


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