|The WCLAC Bulletin - June 2016|
In this issue: “One Family at a Time” by Salwa Duaibis; WCLAC lodges submission with CEDAW; Will new agency be enough to stop violence against women in Palestine; Follow-up submission on night raids; Palestinians commemorate International Refugee Day; Israeli soldiers raid the house of Alia D. and arrest two of her sons; Protection Committee established in Tulkarem; and WCLAC's 2015 annual newsletter released.
|The WCLAC Bulletin - May 2016|
WCLAC wins second place at the Manara Award competition; WCLAC’s senior management team participate in the 2016 American Express leadership Academy training; lawyer gets verdict in favour of a woman claiming her dowry back; WCLAC gives testimony to the UN Special Committee; Israeli human rights organisation will no longer refer complaints to the Military Advocate General on behalf of Palestinians; and on 19 April 2016, a 22-year-old woman is arrested by Israeli soldiers at 2:00 a.m. and accused of incitement on Facebook
|The WCLAC Bulletin - April 2016|
Palestinians commemorate Palestinian Prisoners’ Day; Meet the youngest Palestinian female prisoner; Gaza rooftop gardens benefiting women; Family and juvenile division launched at the Palestinian Ministry of Justice; The art of caring for a disabled mother; Palestinians take to the streets against social security Act No.6; WCLAC lawyer wins international competition; and US Department of State issues its Human Rights Report for 2015.
|The WCLAC Bulletin – March 2016
WCLAC lodges third UN complaint on behalf of local activist; Palestinian teacher wins the Global Teacher Prize worth $1m; Number of Israeli settlers now exceeds 600,000; WCLAC marks women’s international day; WCLAC participates in 60th session of CSW in New York; WCLAC takes part in pilot workshop conducted by the Center of Women’s Global Leadership; In partnership with other organizations, WCLAC holds conference on “Women’s Inheritance: Economic Empowerment and its Role in Promoting Women’s Rights”.
|The WCLAC Bulletin – February 2016|
In this issue: Two UN submissions lodged by WCLAC; testimony from Deir Ammar; alarming number of demolitions; Coping with Insecurity; rare border opening in Gaza; WCLAC annual narrative report (2015); Palestinian teacher among top 10 Global Teacher prize; WCLAC continues to advocate for legal reform; and Palestinian Authority establishes two new protection units.