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The WCLAC Bulletin - June 2014
In this issue: Tensions rise after the abduction of children; a mother from Halhul describes how her house was searched 15 times in 2 weeks; Israeli military entered the town of Azzun on 12 separate occasions; elderly US couple locked up in their home by Israeli soldiers; further examination of G4S under OECD guidelines; WCLAC supports grassroots work in Tubas; images of women from Gaza; “Women’s Charters and Declarations” by Rashida Manjoo.
The WCLAC Bulletin - May 2014
In this issue: Night raids continue in the West Bank; eyewitness account of Jerusalem Day mob; Washington talks peace, Pope talks justice; WCLAC, HRW and Amnesty urge ICC membership; A young American’s impressions of the conflict; “As the settlements grow, our freedom is shrinking” by Manal Tamimi; EU issues statement on peace process and a woman from Jerusalem describes obstacles in obtaining an ID for her daughter.
The WCLAC Bulletin - April 2014
In this issue: Another peace process collapses; Dr. Hanan Ashrawi interviewed on CNN; West Bank village targeted for night raids one out of every three nights; Kerry raises risks of apartheid state; Palestine signs 15 international treaties; WCLAC interview in Australian media; "Reflections from Palestine" - Book launch in Jerusalem.
The WCLAC Bulletin - March 2014
In this issue: a mother’s testimony from Gaza; US State Department's Global Report on Human Rights; new report on Palestinian women’s rights in EU-Israel and EU-PA relations; International Women’s Day - violence rises, impunity prevails - a new report by EMHRN; WCLAC at the UN; WCLAC in Amman; and outrage rising among Palestinians over steady increase in “honor killings”.
The WCLAC Bulletin - February 2014
In this issue: directors message; A mother’s testimony describing a night raid using a dog; WCLAC’s volunteers make a difference; Dutch Foreign Minister acknowledges night raids remain a problem; ABC Four Corners “Stone Cold Justice”; Chief Prosecutor tells Jerusalem Post Army might end night arrests.
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