skate palestine

SkatePal Magazine:
Now Available

The first official SkatePal Magazine, looking back on where we've come over the last five years.

Created by Christian Nilsen

Art direction & layout: Jenne Grabowski & Karsten Middeldorf

Photography: Sam AshleyEmil AgerskovChristian Nilsen & Sam Dearden

Illustrations: Lorna Brown

Supported by: JB. Institute, Berlin.

82 pages

Published December 2017.


100% of proceeds go directly to supporting SkatePal's work in Palestine.

SkatePal Southbank Jam

Join us for our first SkatePal fundraiser of the summer supported by Long Live Southbank

Get yourself down to Southbank to raise money for skateboarders in the West Bank! All proceeds go towards building a new skatepark in Palestine this September.

Saturday 17th June // 10am - 7pm // Southbank (The Undercroft)


10am - 12noon: Skate Lessons hosted by LLSB

12noon - 2pm: Jam begins

2pm - 3pm: Best trick contest

3pm-7pm: Jam on!

Prizes from: Isle Skateboards, Brixtons Baddest Skate Shop, Slam City Skates, Rock Sold DistributionTheobalds Cap Co. and more!

Facebook event -

**This is a free event, but don't forget - all the money we raise is going directly to help build a new skatepark for young people in Palestine**

If you can't make it to the event, fear not! You can make a donation at

In memory of Ignacio Echeverria


SkateQilya Launch

Our friends over at SkateQilya have just launched their new website!

SkateQilya is a youth empowerment program that uses skateboarding as a hook to teach art, community building and leadership skills to young people in the West Bank district of Qalqilya.

SkateQilya began as three-week summer camp in which young girls and boys from the city of Qalqilya and neighbouring village of Jayyous came together for the first co-ed athletic program in the district.

We're looking forward to working with SkateQilya on future projects to support skateboarding in Palestine - stay tuned for more details in 2017!