|The WCLAC Bulletin - July 2015|
In this issue – “Jerusalem: A City on Edge; Joint complaint to the UN by WCLAC and LPHR; Susiya faces the threat of another forced displacement; Six women trying to build a future for Gaza; Meeting violence with a violin; Palestinian poet features in major British arts festival.
|The WCLAC Bulletin - June 2015|
In this issue: WCLAC lodges submission to the UN concerning night raids into Palestinian homes; with dirt and vision Palestinian female architects break the mold; WCLAC advocacy team in The Hague and Geneva; Report of the UN International Commission of Inquiry into Gaza is out; US State Department 2014 Global human rights report: under the PA violence against women and societal discrimination are serious problems;
|The WCLAC Bulletin - May 2015|
In this issue: WCLAC’s emergency helpline saves lives; Palestinian women and inheritance; Israeli soldiers break into Palestinian home in a refugee camp; 900 new settler houses in East Jerusalem; Israel knew all along that settlement and home demolitions are illegal; Palestine on a plate-a new Application.
|The WCLAC Bulletin - April 2015|
“At 15 I need a permit to visit Jerusalem” Article by Nadine Bahour; A Palestinian family terrified by a night raid into their home; Unprecedented intervention: Australian Labor Party leader instructs MPs to meet with Palestinians; WCLAC field researched shot in the leg; Rome Statute enters into force in Palestine; WCLAC emergency shelter staff empower women; Administrative detention order for Palestinian elected official; UN report found Israel responsible for damage to seven UN facilities in Gaza.
|The WCLAC Bulletin - March 2015|
In this issue: A Palestinian family from Al Mughayyir wakes up at 3:00am to find their car firebombed by Israeli settlers; EU report on Jerusalem warns that the city has reached a dangerous boiling point of “polarization and violence”; WCLAC’s annual Narrative Report (2014) is on line; Israeli soldiers enter Palestinian home in East Jerusalem at midnight and terrify a mother and her young children; Palestinian first female governor recounts her struggle; WCLAC at the CSW in New York; UN Commission on Status of Women blames Israel for the grave situation of Palestinian women.