She survived a raid in which 10 of her fellow human rights activists were killed.
More than 1,300 Palestinians – mostly civilians – and 58 Israelis have died in this summer’s conflict between Israel and Palestinian extremists Hamas.
The Turkish Foundation for Human Rights and Freedoms and Humanitarian Relief (IHH) is hoping to sail another flotilla packed with medical supplies, generators and prefab homes to Gaza later this year.
IHH is hoping for UN protection following a disaster on the organisation’s previous humanitarian aid mission.
A flotilla of six ships, sent to Gaza by IHH in 2010, was raided by Israeli commandos and nine activists were shot dead.
A 10th activist, Ugur Söylemez, 51, died on May 23, four years after he was shot.
A Turkish court deemed Israel’s actions unlawful and has ordered the arrest of the Israeli commanders who planned the raid.
Paveen survived but was captured, held in an Israeli jail for five days, released and banned from re-entering Israel.
But Paveen says she isn’t afraid of being caught again.
She said: “I’ve registered an interest to go on the flotilla and I’m hoping to confirm a place.
“I think I have a good chance of getting on it even though the IHH has been inundated with offers from volunteers.”
Paveen added: “I know there is a very real danger but I hope that the international community, the UN and the EU will take some responsibility for allowing a safe passage and not allowing the horror that happened in 2010 to happen again.
“The alternative is we don’t do anything and nothing so far is impacting on breaking the siege and saving lives.
“I know there are some serious consequences if I get caught again but you can’t think about that. If you do you’ve already given in.
“And I know I won’t be doing anything wrong.”