|The WCLAC Bulletin - November 2014|
In this Issue: “I am a citizen of Israel, married to an American Jew, yet I am not welcome in Israel for I am Palestinian”; A 60-year old woman from Jerusalem is pushed over by Israeli police and fractures her wrist; Volunteers from WCLAC organize a summer camp for girls in the Jordan Valley; WCLAC participates in two advocacy trips abroad and sheds light on the impact of night raids on women; Palestinian homes must cease to be a target says UN Special Rapporteur on housing and momentum grows in Europe for Palestinian recognition.
|The WCLAC Bulletin - October 2014|
In this issue: Sweden becomes first European state to recognize Palestine as a state; The TED Fellow, Eman Mohammed, describes the challenge of being a female photojournalist in Gaza; A woman describes being attacked by settlers during the Olive harvest; Ex-PLO legal adviser says “two-state” solution is dead; 11 October marked the UN International Day of the Girl Child; UK Government votes in favour of recognising the State of Palestine; An American nonprofit is making peace even less likely.
|The WCLAC Bulletin - September 2014|
In this issue: WCLAC releases a new report - Jerusalem: A City Divided; a 15-year-old girl from Gaza describes the aftermath of war; reality of life in a Palestinian village under military occupation; night raids continue - a mother's testimony; latest population statistics - Palestinians now outnumber Jews for the first time since 1967; and deportation order of Palestinian legislator rescinded.
|The WCLAC Bulletin - August 2014|
In this issue: 50 days of conflict in Gaza come to an end – WCLAC summary; testimony from mother who lost her son; eye-witness account from theatre nurse working in Gaza; Legislative Council member served with deportation order by Israeli military; impact of occupation on Palestinian women features in prominent psychoanalytic journal; ICC prosecutor explains why it is up to the PA to activate the Court's jurisdiction.
|The WCLAC Bulletin - July 2014|
This issue focuses on the conflict in Gaza and includes: Right wing mob attacks anti-war demo in Haifa, a mother describes escaping wit her children from Al Shuja’iya neighbourhood; New life amidst the destruction; over 1700 killed and over 9000 injured in Gaza; high proportion of fatalities are civilians; 475,000 people internally displaced in Gaza; mosques, schools and hospitals hit and UN establishes independent war crimes investigation, only US opposes.