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Palestinian Women and Inheritance
Inheritance is an internationally recognised concept. It is enshrined in most, if not all, national laws and international conventions. Inheritance is particularly significant as it bolsters kinship ties between heirs and estate holders, consolidates respect of private property, and promotes investment and production activity. The Women’s Centre for Legal Aid and Counselling (WCLAC) has developed this research paper in line with its goal of promoting empowerment and protection of women against violence.
Jerusalem: A City Divided (September 2014)
This report explores the historical context of the region in order to better understand the issues facing women living in East Jerusalem today. The relevance of this endeavour is two fold: first, by understanding the past the reader may obtain a clearer picture of what is happening today, and why; and secondly, by reviewing some of the unjust decisions of the past, we may gain a better understanding of what needs to be done in order to reach a satisfactory solution. This historical overview is juxtaposed with the voices of real women living in Jerusalem today, who have experienced the events first-hand and who are in a unique position to add texture and substance to events and decisions that frequently took place far from Palestine.
Women's Voices: Glimpses of life Under Occupation(October 2012)
This report seeks to illustrate some of the day-to-day challenges faced by Palestians living under prolonged military occupation through the eyes of ordinary women who struggle, on a daily basis, to cope with an extraordinary situation.
Women and the Draft Constitution of Palestine
This paper provides an extensive gender analysis of the third draft constitution of Palestine which raises important questions over the equality, protection and guarantee of rights for women.
The Experience of Personal Status Law in the Occupied Palestinian Territory
In this article, Ashraf Abu Hayyeh sheds light on the Palestinian women's experience with the Personal Status Law and WCLAC's contribution to change the law.
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