|Night raids on Palestinian homes: follow-up submission to the UN|
On 11 November 2015, WCLAC lodged a follow up submission with the UN concerning the widespread and systematic use of night raids by the Israeli military on Palestinian family homes in the West Bank. The submission details the link between night raids and the maintenance of Israelís settlement project in occupied territory and is based on 19 testimonies collected in October 2015.
|UN submission on settler violence (2015)|
On 2 September 2015, WCLAC lodged a submission with two UN Special Rapporteurs providing an update on the situation on the ground relating to the impact of settler violence on women in the West Bank. The submission also highlights the link between the settlements and night raids conducted by the Israeli military on Palestinian homes.
|UN submission on night raids (2015)|
On 26 June 2015, WCLAC lodged a submission with the UN concerning the widespread and systematic use of night raids by the Israeli military on Palestinian family homes in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. The submission details the devastating impact that repeated night raids have on affected communities and is supported by 100 testimonies.
|UN Submission on Frequent Targeting of Human Rights Defender (2015)|
On 29 July 2015 Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights (LPHR) and the Women's Centre for Legal Aid and Counselling (WCLAC) have submitted a joint complaint to the United Nations Special Rapporteurs on Violence against Women and Human Rights Defenders concerning the frequent targeting of the Palestinian local activist, Mrs Manal Tamimi, by Israeli military authorities.
|UN submission on Gaza (2015)|
On 28 January 2015, WCLAC submitted a report to the Commission of Inquiry which includes 36 eyewitness testimonies collected by the organisationís Gaza fieldworkers. The evidence submitted by WCLAC includes cases involving fatalities, destruction of ambulances, ineffectual or false warnings provided by the military of an impending attack, displacement and property destruction.