|The WCLAC Bulletin - August 2017|
In this issue: WCLAC holds training workshop for staff from partner institutions around West Bank; In Palestine’s first One Stop Centre, women survivors of violence feel safe, protected and empowered; New Gaza radio station wants to amplify Palestinian women’s voices; Middle East on a roll to repeal 'marry the rapist' laws; Tunisia takes a big step to protect women from abuse; The Palestinian women's uprising that electrified Jerusalem; Young Girls in the Gaza Strip Flourish Despite Repression; Palestinian girl dies after being struck by settler car; Women’s voices: Israeli forces raid the home of a 54-year-old mother of two and arrest one of her sons without a warrant
|The WCLAC Bulletin - July 2017|
In this issue: WCLAC contributes to the upcoming universal periodical review for Israel; WCLAC celebrates the launch of Palestinian Model Parliament: Towards Legislation based on Palestinian Identity, Progressive Ideals, and Just Content; Gazan student achieves 99.3% in her high school exams; WCLAC contributes to the UNFPA sub-cluster report on GBV in Palestine; Palestinian women earn sweet money as pastry chefs; A student from Gaza receives top prize in National Geographic International Class photography competition; Twenty-three imprisoned Palestinian women report being assaulted by Israeli prison staff; Palestinian women in East Jerusalem struggling for job integration.
|The WCLAC Bulletin - June 2017|
In this issue: WCLAC's director participates in a special side-event on Violence Against Women; Ms Dubravka Šimonović presents her report on Violence Against Women; Raghad's account of property destruction; Palestinian women prisoners bolster resistance; Adoption of UN resolution is a victory for Palestinian women and their rights; Living under policies of colonisation in Jerusalem; Meet Palestine's youngest female mayor; Israels Occupation: 50 years of dispossession; Rudaina fights for disabled people's rights; Palestinian cuisine is more than what's on the plate; A defiant remembrance of Kafr Qasem's dead.
|The WCLAC Bulletin - May 2017|
In this issue: WCLAC lodges a submission with the UN; Three women elected as Presidents of local council; Voices of women from Jerusalem; Starving with their sons; 'Diary by Fida Jiryis; Commemorating the Nakba; The journey of a Palestinian cancer patient; 'I Belonged Nowhere': A Story of Displacement; Memories of the Nakba from those who survived it; Afro-Palestinian poet on the Power of Writing.
|The WCLAC Bulletin - April 2017|
In this Issue: Randa Siniora: “We need to change the rules of the game. The feminist work of changing power relations is more urgent now than ever”; A landmark judgement in the case of Suha Al Deek; Lebanon to repeal gender discrimination rapist law as an example for neighbouring countries; Oldest Palestinian woman dies at the age of 109; Men and women in joint hunger strike against the inhumane conditions in Israeli prisons; Stitching Palestine; Documentary sews Palestinian narrative through women’s eyes; Daughter of Palestinian prisoner: “It’s my right to see you”; Voices of women from Jerusalem; “My mother thought I was crazy, and she was probably right”;