|Financial Supporters and International Project Partners|
WCLAC maintains close relationships with the following financial supporters and international project partners (2014):
OXFAM-NOVIB (Dutch Organisation for International Development)
The Representative Office of Norway
Dan Church Aid Middle East
Bread for the World – Protestant Development
WCLAC recognises that volunteers, interns and professionals seeking to work in Palestine can give valuable support to Palestinian women‘s struggle for justice, empowerment and self-determination.
Occasionally, WCLAC is able to host volunteers, interns and professionals. We accept applications
|Awards and Affiliations|
ECOSOC Special Consultative Status
In 2005, WCLAC was granted special consultative status with the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), recognising it as an international promoter of human rights, with a consolidated position in Palestinian and global civil society. This consultative status accredits
WCLAC‘s Board of Directors is elected each year by members of WCLAC’s General Assembly, which meets on a regular basis.
Executive direction of the organisation is led by WCLAC’s General Director, Maha Abu Dayyeh, with the support of a Director of Programmes and a Director of
The Women‘s Centre for Legal Aid and Counselling (WCLAC) was established in Jerusalem in 1991 as an independent Palestinian, non-profit, non-governmental organization seeking to contribute to developing a democratic Palestinian society based on principles of equality and social justice between