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  • The Jerusalem Center organizes a conference entitled “Prepaid Water Meters in Law and in Practice and Means for Development”

          Our partners, the Jerusalem Legal Aid and Human Rights Center, organized a conference entitled “Prepaid Water Meters in Law and in Practice and Means for Development.” The conference, which discussed the issue of installing prepaid water meters under the current political, economic and social conditions of the Palestinian people, was hosted by […]

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  • Israeli Elections: Occupation is the Only Winner

        Hunaida Ghanem   The Israeli September 17, 2019 elections, which were held to resolve and overcome Israel’s political crisis created by the April 2019 elections, have only deepened it. Now, the possibility of holding new elections to get out of the current crisis does not seem too much as a fantasy. To overcome […]

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  • The Israeli Elections: A race for War and Colonization

            By: Honiada Ghanim The Israeli elections will be held for the second time this year on September 17, 2019, with 32 electoral lists competing for 120 seats. The elections come after less than five months since the April 9 elections of the same year. They will be held in the wake of […]

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  • Madar holds a seminar about the Israeli elections and their Reflections on Palestinians

      Ramallah – Our partners at the Palestinian Forum for Israeli Studies (MADAR) held a seminar on September 3 at their office in Ramallah titled: “The Israeli Elections and their Reflections on Palestinians.” The seminar brought together Antoine Shalhat – Director of the Israeli Scene Unit at MADAR, Aida Touma – member of the Joint […]

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  • “Our Rights Are Not for Sale” – An Interview with Hanan Ashrawi

      Authors: Hanan Ashrawi, Sari Harb     Hanan Ashrawi is a member of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). Beginning with the Madrid Peace Conference of 1991, she served as an official spokesperson of the Palestinian delegation to the Middle East peace process. The interview was conducted by Sari Harb. Sari Harb is […]

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  • Israel and India: The Course of Relations and Future Scenarios

      This study published by our partners, The Palestinian Forum for Israeli Studies (Madar), written by Dr. Mahmoud Fataftah,  monitors and analyses key indicators in India’s foreign policy over the past three decades, particularly after India initiated diplomatic relations with Israel in 1992. This shift coincided with significant structural transformations that resulted from the end of […]

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  • Independent Palestinian grassroots organizing: Breaking the shackles of international aid

      To read the article as PDF please click here By: Fayrouz Sharqawi / Grassroots Jerusalem International aid given to Palestine has been shaping the Palestinian political struggle for liberation in the last few decades. While aid is supposed to support Palestinian liberation from occupation, it has in effect depoliticized the Palestinian society. Moreover, the […]

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  • A Seminar on the Deal of the Century Hosting Nasser Alkidwa Organized by Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung

          Ramallah, Palestine – 15 July, 2019 The Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung held a seminar last Wednesday entitled: The Deal of the Century: Between Reality and Contingency” at the Foundation’s headquarters in Ramallah hosting Dr. Nasser Alkidwa, a member of the Fatah Central Committee and Chairman of the Yasser Arafat Foundation.  Alkidwa spoke about […]

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  • “Economic Policy in Jordan” Research launched in Amman

      On 18-6-2019 Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, Regional Office of Palestine and Jordan, and the Envision Consulting Group launched the latest research developed by RLS: “The economic policy in Jordan”. The researchers presented the book, answered the questions, and responded to comments by the audience. The book launching was attended by tens of interested scholars, civil […]

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  • A new study: Economic Policy in Jordan

      Jordan has consistently been dependent when solving its economic woes on its neighbors and allies, namely the Gulf countries and the United States, among others. Foreign aid has always been available, albeit at varying levels, to buttress the economic needs of an ever-growing bureaucracy. Some of the aid came with conditionalities that typically emerged […]

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