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The WCLAC Bulletin - February 2014
In this issue: directors message; A mother’s testimony describing a night raid using a dog; WCLAC’s volunteers make a difference; Dutch Foreign Minister acknowledges night raids remain a problem; ABC Four Corners “Stone Cold Justice”; Chief Prosecutor tells Jerusalem Post Army might end night arrests.
The WCLAC Bulletin - January 2014
In this issue: Challenges faced by WCLAC’s Capacity Building Unit in the South Hebron Hills considered; four home demolitions documented in December 2013 in the West Bank; WCLAC’s general director writes to head of UNICEF about the impact of night raids on women and children; UN Committee issues guidelines for protection of women in conflict zones; and WCLAC lodges submission with UN on settler violence.
The WCLAC Bulletin - June 2013
In this issue: emergency women’s shelter in the Jordan Valley re-opens following extensive renovations; WCLAC’s volunteers’ programme coordinator talks about the work WCLAC does in Khirbet Ghuwein in the South Hebron Hills; a mob of settlers from Suseya attack a group of children on their way to school, injuring one girl in her eye and terrifying others.
The WCLAC Bulletin - Apr 2013
In this issue: WCLAC lawyer describes archaic alimony laws in Palestine and ideas for reform. A mother describes the day Israeli soldiers came to her home in the West Bank and took her 15-year-old son without saying why. The boy was held for seven days, three in solitary confinement, in Al-Jalame interrogation centre inside Israel. “When he first got home I could see his hands trembling”, says his mother. And a good-news story from Gaza.
The WCLAC Bulletin - Feb 2013
In this issue: WCLAC experiences an 80% increase in the number of women seeking counselling services and the inherent discrimination in the Palestinian custody law considered. Also a mother describes the day a mob of Israeli settlers attacked her village causing terror.
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