• What is it like to be for peace in a country always ready for war?

    What is it like to be for peace in a country always ready for war?

    ‘In the area around Be’eri, the kibbutz where the Hamas attack took place on the 7th of October, there were people who had been supporting Gazans for years, for example by driving them to Israel if they needed better medical assistance. For an average Israeli, such activists have always been complete freaks,’ Matan, an Israeli living in Warsaw and member of the peace organization Combatants for Peace, tells Salam Lab

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At Salam Lab, our mission is to give a voice back to the excluded, build bridges between different communities, and provide reliable information about other cultures, the socio-political situation and conflicts in the world. We promote new and critique existing systemic and structural solutions, such as migration policy, humanitarian and development aid, education, media narrative or inclusive language. We are also inspired by efforts to build coalitions among organizations and individuals working for peace.


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One of our goals is to provide reliable information about the world outside Europe without reproducing stereotypes. We write about migration, refugees, Islam, Islamophobia and human rights. We strive to tell stories that promote intercultural dialogue and counter discrimination. We use inclusive language and promote solutions journalism, that is, we show that crises can often be answered with real answers.