Service Roster



Listing of CPTers and where they served….

Aboriginal Justice team
CPTers serving the Aboriginal Justice team October-December 2010 were: Robin Buyers, Rebecca Johnson, Esther Kern, Christine Klassen, Murray Lumley, David Milne, Allan Slater, Colin Stuart (all from Ontario, Canada), Julián Gutiérrez (Colombia), Peter Haresnape (Cam-bridgeshire, England), Melanie Penner (intern), Kathy Thiessen (both from Manitoba, Canada); Delegation members 24 September – 6 October were: Jill Foster (Quebec, Canada), Jared Ingebretson (Minnesota, USA), Daniel Mengeling (Illinois, USA), Joel Rash (Manitoba, Canada), Amy van Steenwyk (Minnesota, USA).


Colombia Team
CPTers serving the Colombia team October-December 2010 were: Jenny Dillon (Washington, DC, USA), Duane Ediger (Illinois, USA), Eloy García (New Mexico, USA), Gladys Gómez (Colombia), Chris Knestrick (Ohio, USA), Julie Myers (Ohio, USA), Sandra Milena Rincón (Colombia), Jenny Rodríguez (Colombia), Pierre Shantz (Colombia), Stewart Vriesinga (Ontario, Canada).


Palestine Team
Fourteen CPTers from Ontario, Canada; Gamleby, Sweden; Kent and London, England; Hamburg, Germany; Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana and Wisconsin, USA served the Palestine team (al-Khalil and at-Tuwani) October–December 2010.  Thirteen peacemakers from Illinois, Iowa and Florida, USA; Ontario, Alberta and Manitoba, Canada; Malmö, Sweden; Sinsheim, Germany; Falkirk, Scotland and Cardiff, Wales participated in CPT’s 16-29 November Delegation to Palestine/Israel.  With the State of Israel refusing entry to many peacemakers, names have been withheld.


Iraq Team
CPTers serving the Iraq team October-December 2010 were: Bud Courtney (New York, USA), Rosemarie Milazzo (New York, USA), Doug Pritchard (Ontario, Canada), Carol Rose (Illinois, USA), Chihchun Yuan (Taipei, Taiwan); Delegation members 14-27 October were: Tiffany Aurora (Virginia, USA), Matthew Andrews (California, USA), Claire Evans (Illinois, USA), Leland Grammer (California, USA), Ramyar Hassani (Suleimaniya, Iraq).

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