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Just a peep into Palestine: Israel’s closed-door policy for internationals going to Palestine as an extension of its control over Palestinian movements. A case-study of denied entry by Israel
Weaved into the discussion of Israel’s legality in occupying Palestine, in all its different meanings, is the issue of borders and migration. By controlling the Palestinian visible and invisible borders –within, in and ...
Palestinian refugees issue in the Middle East peace process and the international law
The Thesis addresses the Middle East Peace Process from Madrid Conference in 1991 to Taba Rounds in 2001. The focus of the analysis will be on the Palestinian Refugees question, by examining the underlying causes for their ...
Palestine refugees from Syria in Lebanon : dynamics of secondary forced displacement
The protracted conflict in Syria, which began in March 2011, has caused a mass refugee movement as well as internal displacement of millions of Syrians and is largely considered as one of the most catastrophic humanitarian ...
Media freedom in Israel and in the Occupied Palestinian Territories : a legal framework
Established in 2006, the Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms (MADA) is engaged in defending the rights of journalists and protecting freedom of expression in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT). ...
Beyond occupation. A NGO perspective : apartheid, settler colonialism and ethnic cleansing in the OPT.
This report is the outcome of the period spent as an intern at the Grassroots Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign. Based on the activities undertaken throughout the internship, this report shows evidence of how the policies ...