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The WCLAC Bulletin - March 2017
WCLAC delivers oral statement at the 34th session of the Human Rights Council – On 20 March 2017, WCLAC’s Program Director delivered an oral statement on behalf of WCLAC during the General Debate under Item 7 at the 34th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva. WCLAC’s statement
The WCLAC Bulletin - February 2017
Amnesty International released its annual report providing an overview of the state of human rights around the world - The Amnesty International Report 2016/2017 covers human rights concerns during the 2016 calendar year and includes a section on Israel and the occupied Palestinian territory. The report
The WCLAC Bulletin - January 2017
In this issue: New Board of Directors for WCLAC; A Chilean court rejects lawsuit against Israeli Supreme Court Justice; Prints of Palestine: When tradition meets modern fashion; the voice of a woman from Jerusalem; Carrying out vow to demolish homes with vengeance; WCLAC concludes training on UNSCR 1325; exempting women victims of gender-based violence from medical report fees; and WCLAC signs MoU with a women’s organisation in Al Thawri - Silwan
The WCLAC Bulletin - December 2016
In this issue: UN Resolutions promote the rights of Palestinian women and people; WCLAC holds a workshop on Cybercrime; ‘A White Dress doesn’t cover the Rape; WCLAC publishes a study scanning violence against women in Jericho; and KAFA holds a regional meeting on women protection laws
The WCLAC Bulletin - November 2016
In this issue: WCLAC awarded certificate of compliance with Palestinian NGOs code of conduct; WCLAC contributes to conference on women’s access and management of water; International day for combatting violence against women; Challenges facing Jerusalem women; Meet the Palestinian girl who turned the ashes of war into hope for the future; ICC Affirms Occupied Status of Gaza, East Jerusalem; and Amna Suleiman: “Riding a bike makes you feel like you are flying”
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