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In Palestine, specialized prosecutors ensure women survivors’ access to justice

Thursday, November 20, 2014

UN Women is working with the Attorney General’s Office in Palestine on a human-rights-based approach to handling cases of domestic and gender-based violence, by training public prosecutors in line with international standards and developing operating procedures.

Statement of the UN Women Executive Director on the crisis relating to Gaza

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

In a statement, UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka calls on all sides to immediately halt the violence and allow full humanitarian access. While responding to the immediate crisis is vital for saving lives, she says a political solution is imperative to allow for long-term peace and development that benefits all, regardless of race, age or gender.

In Palestine, a Centre offers shelter and changes lives for survivors of violence

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

In Palestine, a Centre offers shelter and changes lives for survivors of violence

Palestinian hip hop group DAM raises awareness of ‘honour killings’ through a powerful music video

Friday, November 9, 2012

“Before she was murdered, she wasn't alive. We'll tell her story backwards from her murder to her birth… begin the Arabic rap lyrics, soon interlaced with a mournful chorus from the renowned Palestinian soloist Amal Murkus. As if rewinding a video in slow motion, you see a young woman's expressionless face on a bed in the forest; her body floats back to a standing position; a bullet enters her forehead. Her brother is pulling the trigger. This is the opening scene of the powerful new music video If I Could Go Back in Time.

Young Palestinian activists carry out their role in bringing about peace

Thursday, October 25, 2012

In the offices of the General Union of Palestinian Women -a bastion for older-generation prominent women politicians- two young Palestinian women listen to the discussions, feeling a little shy in the midst of such veteran advocates. Amaal, 23, and Ruba, 26, are part of a younger generation of Palestinian women activists who say they are apprehensive and have often felt un-welcomed and even discouraged from participating in the current political scene. However, with enthusiasm sparkling in their eyes, they relate how they, as young women active in media and political spheres, could potentially bring change to the current political stalemate.

Palestinian Women: Bread Makers, Bread-Winners

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

It is 6.30 a.m. in the West Bank, part of the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt), and Istethkar Abdelkarim has already been working for two hours. And yet she couldn't be happier.

Call for Proposals “HAYA – Eliminating Violence Against Women”

Call for Proposals “HAYA – Eliminating Violence Against Women”

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