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Monday, December 10, 2018
The 16 Days of Activism joint campaign in Palestine "#HearMeToo: Voices against Violence" completed its 16-day journey today with the orange lighting of the Ramallah Municipality and its dancing fountain, as well as two cultural activities.
Thursday, December 6, 2018
To commemorate the 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence, the Representative Office of Canada to the Palestinian Authority and UN Women organized a 16 Days of Activism event in Ramallah today, inviting women survivors of violence, singer Bashar Murad, and hip hop group DAM, as part of the Haya: Eliminating Violence against Women joint programme launched in May this year.
Friday, February 24, 2017
The newly adopted Palestinian police gender strategy - also the first of its kind in the Arab States - tackles the issues of recruitment and retention of women in the police force. Beyond words on paper, read what it means in practice for women and men in the police.
Thursday, February 23, 2017
The Palestinian Civil Police officially launched its 5-year gender strategy - the first of its kind in the Arab States and in the Palestinian security sector. Supported by UN Women the strategy is the culmination of the past years' efforts of the Palestinian police to promote gender equality in the police and its services.
Friday, April 17, 2015
UN Women Palestine Country Office launches a call for proposal for Civil Society Organizations engaged in research, monitoring, awareness and capacity development in the rule of law and community access to justice field in the West Bank and Gaza Strip in support to the implementation of the Rule of Law Joint Programme. Interested Civil Society Organizations have until Wednesday 6 May 2015 to submit their proposals.
Friday, April 10, 2015
Aftermath of conflicts are often followed by increased incidence of sexual and gender based violence, resulting in more demand for specialised services. Humanitarian assistance must address this specific issue. Following the last conflict in Gaza, UN Women and Japan have entered a new partnership to support increased access of female victims of gender-based violence in Gaza to protection services, with a particular focus on internally displaced women and girls and those living in overcrowded households.
Friday, November 21, 2014
Today, as head of the Palestinian Civil Police Family & Juvenile Protection Unit, Lieutenant Colonel Wafa Muammar is the highest-ranking female officer in the police, in spite of societal pressure to give up on her dream to serve the country through her work. Palestine, at just 17 per cent, has one of the lowest rates of female participation in the labour force globally. Muammar, a proud wife and mother of four, has had the courage to build a successful career in parallel, leading the way for other women in the police.