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Thursday, November 15, 2018
Imad Natour is a Palestinian police officer who has been supporting survivors of violence in Palestine.
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Reem El-Dabbagh has been working on developing a web application which provides various online services for survivors of violence in Gaza,
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
UN Women and Musawah organised a meeting with Palestinian sharia judges and international experts to discuss new directions in Islamic legal thought and opportunities to respond to needs of women in the Shari'a courts. In Palestine, the Shari’a court deals with family matters which have significant and disproportionate impacts on women’s lives.
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.
Sunday, March 6, 2016
In the framework of their pilot intervention towards the private sector to enhance social responsibility of companies and promote increase participation of Palestinian women and equal opportunities in the labour force, UN Women and ILO conducted the first training on gender audit for employees of Bank of Palestine and BirZeit Pharmaceuticals Company.
Monday, March 2, 2015
In 1995, at the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, world leaders committed to a future where women are equal. One hundred and eighty nine countries and 4,000 civil society organizations, attended the conference. Women left Beijing with high hopes, with a well-defined path towards equality, and firm commitments at the highest level. Their hope was that we would see this by 2005. Today, not one single country has achieved equality. It is more urgent than ever that we define &ndash...