• December 31, 2017 Organization/Author: Amman Center for Human Rights Studies Study
    Emancipatory Education in Jordanian Universities. Survey Study

    This book includes exploratory studies in the context of emancipatory education in Jordanian universities. It was co-dictated by 400 professors and students from 28 Jordanian universities, in addition to the answers of 25 academic, social, and literary figures during the intensive interviews and focused group discussions on the subject of emancipatory education in our Jordanian […]

  • December 19, 2017 Organization/Author: Albert Aghazarian Pal Paper
    Who’s Jerusalem?

    RLS interviewed Albert Aghazarian, a Palestinian historian of Armenian descent, specialized in Jerusalem. Following his graduate studies in Georgetown University, he worked as lecturer of history and cultural studies. He served 24 years as head of the Public Relations department in Birzeit University. In 1991, he headed the Palestinian press center during the MADRID PEACE […]

  • December 19, 2017 Organization/Author: Omar Shaban Pal Paper
    Latest Developments in Saudi Arabia and their Internal and Regional Consequences on the Palestinian Cause.

    The region is living in a state of suspension and anticipation due to the steady, political changes and developments Saudi Arabia has undergone since King Salman assumed the throne. There is an attempt to rebuild the political system in the kingdom to ensure the establishment of the Emir and the rising crown Prince, Mohammed bin […]

  • December 5, 2017 Interviews
    Let’s talk about Gaza: Palestinian Reconciliation

    November 2017 Bessan Shehada, project coordinator of the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung (RLS) in Gaza interviewed Dr. Ibrahim Abrach, academic and former Minister of Culture.  

  • September 25, 2017 Organization/Author: Ahmad Awad Pal Paper
    Jordan’s Paradoxical Approach to Trade Unions

    A country’s ability to safeguard the rights of its workers and ensure that no needs or interests are overlooked in development processes, that is, to ensure inclusive development – is largely a function of the extent to which plurality and diversity are regarded as strengths, as opposed to obstacles. Dialogue in all its forms presupposes […]

  • August 28, 2017 interviews
    Let’s talk about Gaza. Vague vision in Gaza!

    Bessan Shehada, project coordinator of the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung (RLS) in Gaza interviewed Mr. Akram Attallah, a political analyst and writer. He writes regularly for Al-Ayyam newspaper on the political situation in Gaza.  

  • August 7, 2017 Analysis paper
    “Carrying On” in Uncertain Times. The State of Germany in the Run-Up to the September 2017Parliamentary Elections

    This text is primarily aimed at international readers, offering them an overview of current developments in the build-up to the 2017 German parliamentary elections. the text was prepared by the Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung’s Institute for Critical Social Analysis.  

  • August 2, 2017 Projects List
    RLS Partners and Projects in Palestine and Jordan 2017
  • January 15, 2017 Organization/Author: Birzeit University Center for Development Studies Study
    Urbanization & Exclusion as Tools of Transitional Rural Formation: the Cases of Anata & Birzeit

    These studies come as an urgent response to the needs for a deeper understanding of the forms of social fragmentation analysis, focusing on the cases of Birzeit and Anata. These studies are part of a series of studies that embrace a multidisciplinary approach in addressing and understanding the socio-urban shifts in a number of areas […]

  • June 22, 2017 Organization/Author: RLS Interview
    Let’s Talk About Gaza: Pottery in Gaza

    Bessan Shehada, Project Coordinator of the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Regional Office Palestine (RLS) in the Gaza Strip, interviews Sabri Attallah, the owner of a pottery factory in Gaza.

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