In their own Words: A report on the situation facing Palestinian children detained in the Israeli military court system
Each year, approximately 700 Palestinian children as young as 12 years are arrested, interrogated and prosecuted in the Israeli military court system. Credible reports of ill-treatment and torture within the system are common and persistent. This Report covers a six month period between 1 July and 31 December 2010, and is based on the sworn affidavits of 40 children detained in the military court system during this period. In 62.5 percent of these cases, the children were accused of throwing stones.
 
Local to Global: Palestinian Youth Issues and Concerns
This research paper aims at exploring the vision and views of the Palestinian youth and youth organizations about the most important problems and concerns of the Palestinian youth, their needs, and the obstacles that stand in their way of achieving their dreams. In addition, the research seeks to identify the most important concepts that the Palestinian youth think of analyzing the issues, concerns, activities, and work of their local youth organizations and their relationships with international organizations.
 
International Charitable Associations and Non Governmental Organizations in Palestine
This study does not address the controversy over the significance of the role of international NGOs and their negative or positive impact on various aspects in Palestine. The Coalition for Integrity and Accountability AMAN conducted this study to examine the work environment of these organizations and the level of transparency and accountability as decisive factors in determining the efficiency of their integrity systems. This is the core mission of AMAN as an organization for transparency and accountability.
 
Integrity, Transparency and Accountability in the Public Health Services
This report examines the provision of transparent and equitable health services to Palestinians, concentrating on the public health insurance system. It will review the current procedures of providing health care services in the public sector, the standards and bases of professional ethics of administrators and workers in this sector, and a survey of the extent of information available to the public by the public health sector.
 
Salfeet- From Agricultural Heaven to Industrial Ghetto
Salfit comes from Canaanite words meaning “box of grapes” a testament to the grape vines that can still be found throughout the region.3 Eighty percent of the governorate is agricultural land resulting in a heavy reliance on agriculture and Salfit is the top producer of olive oil in Palestine, producing 1500 tons a year.4 Other regional produce includes delicious grapes, figs, citrus fruits, and apples. Outside of agriculture, the region is also a major producer of stones and marble used in construction.
 
Status of the Environment in the Occupied Palestinian Territory
The book provides a narrative, statistical and cartographic description of the current environmental status in the OPT and shows the trends of the major environmental indicators over the period from 1997 till 2007. It also includes a list of recommendations to monitor and control further environmental degradation, and to carry out restoration actions in environmental hot spots. The book is divided into three main parts: Part One “Land, Demography and Economic Sectors”; Part Two “Environmental Challenges”; and Part Three “National and International Aspects”.
 
Geopolitical Status of Hebron Governorate
The book presents the geopolitical status of Hebron Governorate. It starts with an overview of the Israeli segregation plan in the city and then discusses how Palestinian resources are affected by it. In addition, the book presents the military orders in the area, and the Israeli colonization activities including settlements’ outposts, the new Israeli settlements’ plans, and life inside Hebron’s old city (H2). Furthermore, information about bypass roads, Israeli checkpoints, the segregation wall, and the impact of all these on the social life, economy, and demography are presented
 
Geopolitical Status of Jerusalem Governorate
The book presents the geopolitical status of Jerusalem Governorate. It discusses how Palestinian resources like agricultural areas, forests and water are isolated by this segregation plan. The book also includes a historical background of the changing boundaries of Jerusalem Governorate, and the expanding Israeli settlements between 1996-2005.
 
Geopolitical Status of Ramallah Governorate
The book presents the geopolitical status of Ramallah Governorate. It starts with an overview of the Israeli segregation plan in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and then discusses the how Palestinian resources like agricultural areas, forests and water are isolated by this segregation plan. The book also includes a historical background of the changing boundaries of Bethlehem Governorate, and the changes under Oslo agreement.

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