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Re-integration of women survivors of gender-based violence against women in Palestinian society

Nidaa Abu Awwad
Institute of Women`s Studies
Ramallah
2016
The aim of this study is to define the concept of reintegration and its strategic implementation from the perspective of women survivors in Palestinian society.

مسح مؤسسات التشغيل و المبادرات الريادية الشبابية

أروى أبو هشهش
ماس
رام الله
2016
تشكل هذه الدراسة مسحا للجهات المختلفة التي تقدم الخدمات من شأنها زيادة فرص العاطلين عن عمل في الحصول على وظائف أو خلق وظائف جديدة في الضفة الغربية وقطاع غزة

Public Perspective of Palestinian Justice and Security Institutions

UN Women
UNDP
Ramallah
2015
This third survey of the public perceptions of Palestinian justice and security institutions is a continuation and has been conducted under Sawasya.

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Series :Strengthen the rule of law: Justice and security for the Palestinian people
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Gender and Development: working on gender equality in urban areas

oxfam
Oxfam
England
2015
working on gender equality in urban areas

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Working on gender equality in urban area series volume 23:1
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Palestinian Women`s and Inheritance:Summary

Women`s Center for Legal and Counselling
Women`s Center for Legal and Counselling
Ramallah
2014
The research paper assesses the extent to which Palestinian women enjoy the right of inheritance

illusion of development under Israeli occupation: the political motivation of donors to the Palestinians

Nassar Ibrahim
Latin Patriarchate Printing Press
Jerusalem
2011
This research has major questions: How can the Palestinian reform and development plans be transformed?

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9789950320031

women organize for peace and non-violence in Africa

by the united nations educational scientific and cultural organization
Unesco
France
2000
This book is about a conference under the name of Women of Africa for a culture of peace.

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Zanzibar Declaration: Women of Africa for a culture of peace & The women`s agenda for a culture of peace in Africa
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YOUNG WOMEN'S LIVELIHOODS IN THE SEAM ZONES, OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN TERRITORY – CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS | INTRODUCTION

Riyada Consulting and Training
care international
Palestine
2014
The research was based on 22 interviews conducted with 30 key informants, including: heads and members of local councils and CBOs in the six target locations, practitioners working for international organisations implementing programmes in the Seam Zones, relevant Palestinian Authority (PA) officials from the ministries of labour, higher education, agriculture and national economy and private sector companies (see Annex 6.5 in the full report – Responses from the interviews). Focus group discussions were held with nine key groups of stakeholders: six were held with young women in the target locations, and two were held with young men in both Qibya and El Zawiyeh. One focus group was held with parents and family members of young women in Deir Ballout. Alternatively, the researchers documented feedback from parents who participated with their daughters in the focus groups held in El Zawiyeh and Rafat as well as the parents who were interviewed in the CBOs in Qibya and Deir Ballout. Qualitative fieldwork began with a literature review of key project documentation at the start of the consultancy including the relevant project-related documentation. The research team also had access to a number of background documents including research on women's empowerment and economic situation, Seam Zone related research, research on youth unemployment, related policies, and economic participation, education and human rights reports, ministries' five-year plans and strategies, PCBS publications and statistics, labour market trends and labour related studies, various UN and World Bank reports, in addition to Riyada previous research and studies. An extensive literature review is included in Annex 6.1 of the full report.

Women's Voices: Glimpses of life Under Occupation

women centre for legal aid and counselling
Women’s Centre for Legal Aid and Counselling
Palestine
2012
This report seeks to illustrate some of the day-to-day challenges faced by Palestians living under prolonged military occupation through the eyes of ordinary women who struggle, on a daily basis, to cope with an extraordinary situation

Jerusalem: a City Divided

women
women''s center for legal aid and counselling
womens center for legal aid and counselling
Palestine
2014
This report explores the historical context of the region in order to better understand the issues facing women living in East Jerusalem today. The relevance of this endeavour is two fold: first, by understanding the past the reader may obtain a clearer picture of what is happening today, and why; and secondly, by reviewing some of the unjust decisions of the past, we may gain a better understanding of what needs to be done in order to reach a satisfactory solution. This historical overview is juxtaposed with the voices of real women living in Jerusalem today, who have experienced the events first-hand and who are in a unique position to add texture and substance to events and decisions that frequently took place far from Palestine.

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