• MUSAWA Publishes 19th issue of Eye on Justice

    MUSAWA – The Palestinian Center for the Independence of the Judiciary and the Legal Profession issues the 19th issue of Eye on Justice, which comprises of eighty four A4 pages. The publication incl...

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  • MUSAWA Publishes 28th Issue of Justice and Law Magazine

    MUSAWA published issue no. (28) of Justice and Law magazine. The issue comprises of 358 pages that include four academically approved legal studies; seven comments on judgments pronounced by the Hi...

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  • MUSAWA Demands Thwarting of Draft Decree-Law Amending the Supreme Constitutional Court Law

    MUSAWA sent a legal memo to Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah, demanding that the Draft Decree-Law Amending the Supreme Constitutional Court Law be thwarted, given that it is void of the requirements ...

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  • The First International Conference for Human Rights Defenders (HRDs) in Palestine

    Wednesday 22-02-2017 – Ramallah and Gaza: MUSAWA and the Palestinian Human Rights Defenders’ Network (PHRDs) launched the first international conference for Human Rights Defenders (HRDs) in Palesti...

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Lawyers for the Rule of Law Groups Receive Training in Monitoring and Documen...

2017-04-06

Bethlehem, Nablus, Gaza

West Bank / Gaza

MUSAWA – The Palestinian Center for the Independence of the Judiciary and the Legal Profession conducted training courses for the Lawyers for the Rule of Law Groups (friends of MUSAWA) in Bethlehem, Nablus, and Gaza governorates. The training focused was focused on the monitoring and documentation of rights-violations, and human rights as prescribed in international conventions. A total of 86 members attended the training courses both in the West Bank and Gaza, including 39 female lawyers. The facilitators were chosen from the Lawyers for the Rule of Law Groups themselves. The training...

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Marginalized Groups Receive Training about their Constitutional Rights

2017-03-27

Al-Dheisheh Camp & Khuza'a

West Bank / Gaza

MUSAWA – The Palestinian Center for the Independence of the Judiciary and the Legal Profession organized two training courses for marginalized groups: the first course was held in Al-Dheisheh refugee camp/ Bethlehem, and the second one was held in cooperation with Brilliant Tomorrow Society in Khuza’a/ Khan Yunis. Each training went-on for 3 consecutive days, where women, workers, refugees, people with special needs and their parents were made aware of their Constitutional Rights- Political, Civil, Social, Economic and Cultural, in addition to court proceedings. The courses attracted a total of 91 people, including 57 women.

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A Memo on the Issuance of the Palestinian Gazette (130) Contrary to the Law

2017-03-22

Ramallah

West Bank / Core Program 2016-2019

Esteemed Head of the Advisory and Legislation Bureau Advisor Kamal Ibrahim,   Subject: Issuance of the Palestinian official gazette contrary to the law MUSAWA - The Palestinian Center for the Independence of the Judiciary and the Legal Profession extends its warmest greetings to you. After studying the Palestinian official gazette no. (130), MUSAWA observed that the publication, issued on 05/03/2017, contains items in English (an annex of tables related to drugs, psychot...

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