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The WCLAC Bulletin: February 2018
WCLAC holds a training for trainee Shari’a lawyers; WCLAC continues to increase awareness in local communities on eliminating discrimination and violence against women; UN Women first study on gender reveals quarter of men support equality; Ahed Tamimi and women in the Palestinian resistance; Re-sowing Palestine’s farming tradition among its refugee population; Gaza’s women stand up to Trump and Israel; Afro-Palestinian solidarity; Women’s Voices: Anwar T. and Wasaam A.
The WCLAC Bulletin- January 2018
WCLAC participates in a training for ACT Palestine Forum; WCLAC participates in a training workshop on partnerships; WCLAC participates in a workshop entitled "Reviewing and developing the Strategic Plan of the National Women's Coalition for Security Council Resolution 1325 (2015-2017)"; WCLAC concludes fifteen days training for women leaders; WCLAC signs MOU with a new grassroots partner; Top Arab woman entrepreneurs making waves; Palestinian artist draws vivid picture of women’s suffering; Ahed and Nariman Tamimi remain in custody as military prosecution requested; Digital rights for Palestinians deteriorating at a concerning rate; Hollywood film features Palestinian refugee craftswoman’s creations; Gaza exhibition an opportunity for women to express their feelings; Women’s Voices: Housing demolition
The WCLAC Bulletin- December 2017
WCLAC holds workshop on Family Protection Law; WCLAC’s Advocacy Team Leader Joins the General Assembly of UN Women; WCLAC concludes training for Women’s Rights Activists and unions’ members; WCLAC holds workshop entitled Approaching the Argentinean and Palestinian Women Experience; WCLAC participates in the Universal Periodic Review 29 Pre-sessions; WCLAC holds training for Shari’a training lawyers in Jerusalem; WCLAC participates in a training of trainers for Integrating Men in Gender Equality; Israeli Troops Detain Palestinian Teen Girls; Women carve niche in Gaza’s small theatre world; Israel releases ‘youngest’ Palestinian detainee; MADA wraps up three day training on digital security; “Women have to work much harder than men’ says this Palestinian director; Identity of mysterious woman seen in iconic protest photo revealed; Palestinian women protest US Jerusalem decision; Jordan pays homage to Palestinian ‘Lady Photographer’ with exhibit
The WCLAC Bulletin- November 2017
In this issue: WCLAC concludes three days training for Birzeit University students; WCLAC participates in a dialogue session on Palestinian women’s rights; WCLAC hosts a workshop on the EU’s advocacy strategy; WCLAC meets with the Palestinian Ambassador for Switzerland; WCLAC participates in Oxfam’s Advocacy Strategy consultation workshop; WCLAC hosts a workshop on Networking; UN Committee: Palestinian women face systematic discrimination in Israel; Palestinian artist urges women to talk about sexual harassment; UNRWA celebrates the Graduation of 1246 Palestine Refugees; The Radical Women at the Heart of Palestine’s First Intifada; Gaza women voice solidarity with Jerusalem; Women rule the stage at DC’s Palestinian art and film festival; Mosaic making gives deaf Palestinian women a voice
The WCLAC Bulletin- October 2017
WCLAC concludes four days training for human rights activists on Universal Periodical Review reporting; CEDAW discusses the situation of women in Israel, Kuwait, Kenya and Oman with civil society representatives; WCLAC participates in delegation for Agenda 1325 in New York; Statement by UN Women Executive Director on Women Peace and Security; Scoring goals for women in sport and business; Palestinian women are harassed and humiliated at checkpoints; MADA wraps up two training courses for Palestinian journalists; Unbroken thread to the homeland; A passion for fashion in Gaza; Women’s baseball in Gaza; Women’s Voices in East Jerusalem
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