About Ship to Gaza

  • The blockade needs to be ended, not eased
    The blockade of Gaza has been ongoing for almost four years, despite protests from all around the world
  • World leaders are failing - we will not
    As human beings, we cannot stand by silently while witnessing what the blockade is doing to the people of Gaza; therefore we will act.

  • We need your help
    We need your help to break the blockade once and for all, and to ensure that the human rights and human dignity of the people of Gaza are respected.

Support Ship to Gaza

We are setting sail again - help us end the siege on Gaza!

Ship to Gaza will soon set sail for Gaza again - this time with Womens Boat to Gaza! Your help is needed to end the blockade. We aim to gather seven hundred thousand kronor (74 000€) to yet again equip, man and sail a vessel with supplies to Gaza. Would you like to help us?

Lets end the siege on Gaza once and for all! Would you like to help us?


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Aktuellt

Press release In a ruling issued by the Supreme Court of Israel, under the presidency of Miriam Naor, the state of Israel is ordered to immediately release and return the vessel ”Estelle” to its owners, the Swedish human rights organisation Ship to Gaza.
Photo: UN Photo/Shareef Sarhan
News Israeli navy forces detained several Palestinian fishermen off the coast of the northern Gaza Strip late Wednesday. The head of the fishermen union, Nizar Ayyash, told Ma’an that Israeli navy boats confiscated a Palestinian fishing boat while five fishermen were on board.
Photo: John Kanneberg
News The Christian Science Monitor reports on the efforts of Palestinians in Gaza to keep the culture scene alive.
Photo: amillionwaystobe / Flickr
News Israel has reportedly agreed to allow cement imports to supply brick factories in the besieged Gaza Strip, a union official told Ma’an News on Tuesday, following a more than three-month ban on cement imports for the private sector in the small Palestinian territory.
Photo: Rusty Stewart
News Israeli forces shot and injured two Palestinians with live fire during clashes east of Gaza City on Friday in the besieged Gaza Strip. 
Photo: Seethyholyland.net
News Maan News reports that the number of Palestinians, all at the age of 50 or older, allowed to travel to East Jerusalem in order to worship at the Al Aqsa mosque has been reduced recently by Israel authorities. At the moment, no more than 250 people are given permission at the same time.
Photo: Heinrich Böll Foundation Palestine & Jordan
News Football players from the Shabab Khan Younis club have been barred from reaching the West bank to play the Palestine cup final.
Press release The Women's Boat to Gaza, a project of the Freedom Flotilla Coalition, has acquired its first boat.  Amal-Hope, will set sail from Barcelona on 14 September.   The boat will carry  women who plan to challenge the illegal blockade of Gaza.

Dagbok Från Gaza av Charlie Andreass

Ur Henning Mankells förord:

Charlie Andreasson är en sjöman från Styrsö. Under ett helt år från hösten 2013 arbetade han i Gaza stads hamn med att renovera en fiskebåt som skulle trotsa blockaden inifrån. Projektet hade namnet Gazas ark. Sabotage och bomber under kriget sensommaren 2014 sänkte den förhoppningen.  Om den erfarenheten har Charlie skrivit denna dagbok som förlaget Korpen nu gett ut. I den enskilda solidaritetsinsatsen finns alltid mycket att lära. Alltså: läs!

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