Ruling Palestine
The main focus of Ruling Palestine: A History of the Legally Sanctioned Jewish-Israeli Seizure of Land and Housing in Palestine is the methodical process underlying the Zionist conquest of Palestine and the dispossession and displacement of its indigenous Arab inhabitants, in particular legal instruments and policies relating to colonisation and land acqusition. This process is measured against the standards of relevant international law and UN resolutions. The study is a resource and reference tool for researchers, journalists, legal experts, human rights advocates and policy makers.
Agricultural & Environmental Development Society: Brochure
Agricultural & Environmental Development Society: Brochure
Al-Ihsan Charitable Society Brochure
Al-Ihsan Charitable Society in Hebron was established in 1983. The purpose behind the foundation of this Society was to care for the old, male and female, who have no supporters to aid them. Another objective was to take care of the disabled children from 3-12 years.
The Informal Sector in the Palestinian Territories
The informal sector: the current situation and prospects for structuring the sector - English.
PCHR Position Paper on the Easing of the Closure of the Gaza Strip
One month after the deadly attack on the humanitarian flottilla heading to Gaza, the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) releases a new position paper on the illegality of the closure imposed by Israel on the Gaza Strip and its alleged ‘easing’.
GCMHP’s newsletter, Issue No. 76
Gaza Community Mental Health Programme (GCMHP) is a non- governmental, non-profit organization, established in 1990. GCMHP works in the fields of mental health and human rights to promote the Palestinian society to a high level of community mental health through providing psychological, social, training, research, lobbying and advocacy services for children, women, and victims of violence and human rights violations.
Women for Life Society Financial Statements 2009
Women for Life was established in 2002, the year in which the apartheid wall construction began in the Salfit region. We began with three women giving workshops on the wall and its effects on society. Now we are 150 women peace activists from surrounding villages who are dedicated to informing Palestinian women about the apartheid wall and its social, economical, and psychological effects. Women for Life was licensed in 2004.
NDC Annual Report 2009
NDC is a non-profit, non-governmental organization established in response to the need for a sustainable Palestinian mechanism for providing support to the NGO sector. By providing technical and financial support, NDC works towards developing the capacities of Palestinian NGOs for delivering quality services, especially to the poor and the marginalized; enhancing their self-reliance; and empowering them to be more sustainable.