Mr Nasser Mashni
Nasser is the son of a Palestinian Refugee and a successful financial services businessman. As a prominent member of the Australian Palestinian community he has extensive contacts throughout Palestine and Israel. Nasser co-produces the radio program – Palestine Remembered; and is a regular media commentator including TV interviews.
Ms Jessica Morrison
Jessica has worked for APAN since 2011 and has a depth of knowledge about Palestine and how it is situated in the Australian political context.
Jessica has extensive experience with radio and has written particularly about Christian Zionism and its influence on politics.
Ms Noura Mansour
Community Organising and Advocacy Lead
Noura Mansour is a Palestinian educator, political analyst, writer, activist, and community organiser, from Akka, and has a Master’s in International Relations from Haifa University.
Noura has been involved in development and community work with NGOs in Palestine, and is also a debate trainer and policy member at Al Shabaka, the Palestinian Policy Network. She has regularly engaged with the media as a spokesperson in Arabic, Hebrew, and English in Palestine, Israel, South Korea, and Australia.
Bishop George Browning
Patron and Former President
Bishop Browning has travelled often to both Israel and Palestine and has a broad understanding of the issues in the region. George has been active in a multitude of interfaith initiatives and has a deep understanding of the religions of the Middle East region. George is a regular contributor to Pearls and Irritations, writes a regular blog and is a frequent media commentator. His latest book is entitled Sabbath and the Common Good.
Most recent press release
The Australia Palestine Advocacy Network (APAN) has urged people to take to the streets for a National Day of Action for Palestine this Sunday, to “put the Australian Government on notice” for its lack of action against the Israeli genocide of Palestinian people. APAN...
Statements and Letters
Palestine solidarity groups in Australia have periodically commissioned opinion polls to gauge community attitudes regarding Palestine and Israel. These polls have consistently found Australians are more sympathetic to Palestinians than is reflected in Australian Government policy.