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Ms. Nora Carmi

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Project Coordinator

Local Address: , , Israel
Kairos Palestine
 
Background

Employment History

  • Coordinator for Community-Building and Women's Programs
    Sabeel
  • Coordinator of the Community Development and Women's Programs
    Sabeel
  • Staff Member
    Sabeel

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member of the Steering Committee
    Christian Peacemaker Teams
79 Total References
Web References
"The [path] resonates especially with ...
www.obethlehem.com, 29 April 2014 [cached]
"The [path] resonates especially with Palestinian Christians," said Nora Carmi of Kairos, a Palestinian Christian activist movement.
No National Boycott, but Churches Encouraged to Act | The United Church of Canada
www.united-church.ca, 13 Aug 2009 [cached]
Nora Carmi, a Palestinian Christian refugee from Jerusalem, and an official guest of the Council, said, "I have had enough of hearing that it is two peoples to blame, and that it is a balanced situation.
"It [a boycott] has to include Israeli items made in the occupied territories…. You can choose the boycott that you want. It is not going to bring down the state of Israel," said Carmi, who is Coordinator for community-building and women's programs with the Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center in Jerusalem and a member of the steering committee of the Christian Peacemaker Teams.
Conference Speakers | Friends of Sabeel -- North America
www.fosna.org, 20 June 2011 [cached]
Nora Carmi Carmi, Nora Arsenian.
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Nora Carmi is a Palestinian Christian with Armenian roots. Born in Jerusalem a few months before the establishment of the State of Israel, she became a refugee in her own city, Jerusalem, (now East Jerusalem) in which she has lived except for periods of study abroad. She has been a staff member of Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center since 1993, currently as coordinator of Community Development and Women's Programs. Before joining Sabeel, Nora Carmi served the Jerusalem YWCA for 15 years. She has traversed the globe with her work for justice and peace. In March 2008, she was honored with a Community and Women's Development Award for continued services rendered during the Israeli Occupation. In addition to her work with Sabeel, Nora Carmi represents the Armenian Church in the World Day of Prayer Movement and was one of the writers for the 1994 service, "Go, See and Act. She was the keynote speaker at the General Assembly of the World Day of Prayer in Swanwick, after being featured at the Green Belt Festival in the UK in 2003. Nora Carmi holds a leadership position with the US-Canadian based Christian Peacemaker Teams, lending insight to their work in Hebron, West Bank as well as their witness in other parts of the oppressed world.
Nora Carmi's Biography
www.sabeel.ca, 9 Jan 2013 [cached]
Nora Carmi's Biography
Born in Jerusalem a few months before the establishment of the State of Israel, Ms. Carmi was displaced from her home and moved to from the west to the occupied eastern part of the city along with her family in 1948. She has stayed true to the city of her birth and remains strongly connected to the civil society of Jerusalem. A staff member of Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center since 1993, Ms. Carmi has recently retired after 17 years of faithful service. She is currently working for Kairos Palestine, being one of the key contributors to its development.
Ms. Carmi was chosen as the West Bank representative of Christians to personally address the Pope concerning Palestinian Christian issues on his visit last year. She has recently returned from South Africa as a member of a delegation of Palestinian Christians, bringing a message of love, struggle and solidarity from Occupied Palestine.
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Ms. Carmi has been working for Kairos Palestine, since her retirement from Sabeel in 2010, helping engage communities and civil society in understanding the document and the struggle of the Palestinian people.
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Ms. Carmi is probably best known for her excellent work as Coordinator of the Sabeel Women's Programme. She was instrumental in helping to build Sabeel from a tiny local ministry to an international organization. Ms. Carmi also acted as welcoming host to so many groups and visitors to Sabeel from around the world. Fluent in both French and English, she has been an especially good friend to Canadians.
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Before joining Sabeel, Nora Carmi served the Jerusalem YWCA for 15 years. She has traversed the globe with her work for justice and peace. A committed community-builder within the Palestinian society, Ms. Carmi holds positions on several boards including the National Association for the Visually Impaired and the Coalition for Women in Jerusalem. In March 2008, she was honored with a Community and Women's Development Award for services rendered during the continuing Israeli Occupation.
Nora Carmi represents the Armenian Church in the World Day of Prayer Movement and was one of the writers for the 1994 service, "Go, See and Act. She was the key note speaker at the General Assembly of the World Day of Prayer in Swanwick, after being featured at the Green Belt Festival in the UK in 2003.
Ms. Carmi holds a leadership position with the US-Canadian based Christian Peacemaker Teams, lending insight to their work in Hebron, West Bank as well as their witness in other parts of the oppressed world.
Ms. Carmi and Canada
Ms. Carmi is no stranger to Canada. She has visited numerous times, invited by various groups, including the United Church of Canada and the Christian Peacemaker Teams. During her visits, she has been an authentic witness to her people, sharing the struggle of the Palestinians.
In response to the passing of ...
www.anglicanjournal.com, 18 July 2013 [cached]
In response to the passing of the resolution, Nora Carmi, project co-ordinator for Kairos Palestine-not to be confused with the ecumenical social justice organization Kairos Canada-wrote to Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada. On behalf of the Palestinian group, which she described as euphoric upon hearing the resolution, she thanked and congratulated the church for "managing to raise a prophetic voice and courageous…stand, at least on several issues, despite 27% of voters against."
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