|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.
|The WCLAC Bulletin - January 2016|
In this issue: “Bitter Sweet” – One family’s return to Palestine; Special Rapporteur on oPt resigns; Israeli soldiers fire tear gas in and around house of WCLAC field worker; “Don’t shoot the messenger, Israel”; Hundreds of ad hoc “flying” checkpoints deployed across West Bank.
|The WCLAC Bulletin - December 2015|
In this issue: BBC names Lana Abu Hijleh one of top 100 women; Israeli soldiers raid a Palestinian home in Halhul at 4:00am and arrest a young man; Netanyahu threatens to strip 230,000 Palestinians of their Jerusalem residency; The long term impact of the Gaza war on women and girls; Palestinian women breaking the silence over sexual violence; Palestinian reporter harassed by Israeli soldiers live on TV; update from OCHA.
|The WCLAC Bulletin - November 2015|
25 November marked the launch of the 16 Days of activism against Gender-Base violence; WCLAC lodges a follow-up submission on night raids on Palestinian homes; WCLAC’s media and communications officer wins an Arab prize; Israeli under cover force raid the home of a Palestinian woman in Ad Duheisha refugee camp in Bethlehem accompanied by a service dog and detain her son.