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To Gather a bundle of sage من أجل ضمة ميراميه
During 2013, attacks by settlers in the West Bank increased, varying between attacks on private and public property and attacks on places of worship. There were also attacks involving physical assault on Palestinian citizens in the West Bank, which threatened the lives of dozens. There are about 500,000 settlers in the West Bank. Al-Haq's Monitoring and Documentation Department has recently documented a severe beating against Khatima al-'Abed Shreiteh, a 50 year-old woman from the village of al-Mazra'a al-Gharbiyya to the northwest of Ramallah. After being beaten by settlers, she was transported in critical condition to the emergency department in Ramallah Medical Center on 18 July 2013. خلال هذا العام 2013 تزايدت اعتداءات المستوطنين في الضفة الغربية وتنوعت طبيعة الاعتداءات ما بين اعتداءات على الممتلكات الخاصة والعامة ودور العبادة، ولم تقف اعتداءات المستوطنين عند هذا الحد بل وصلت لحد الإعتداء الجسدي على المواطنين الفلسطينيين في الضفة الغربية مما عرض حياة العشرات منهم للخطر. علما بأن عدد المستوطنين في الضفة الغربية حوالي 500.000 مستوطن، وكانت وحدة الرصد والتوثيق في مؤسسة الحق قد وثقت مؤخرا حادثة الإعتداء بالضرب المبرح على المواطنة خاتمة العبد شريتح "50" عاما من قرية المزرعة الغربية للشمال الغربي لمدينة رام الله مما استدعى نقلها في حالة حرجة إلى قسم الطواريء في مجمع رام الله الطبي وذلك يوم 18/7/2013.
Views: 2465 Al-Haq
Al-Haq Virtual Field Visits: Business And Human Rights
This video continues Al-Haq’s series of Virtual Field Visits on the topic of business and human rights. The video shows how corporations and other international actors are complicit in Israel’s exploitation of Palestinian gas resources.
Views: 1174 Al-Haq
The Wilful Killing of Umar Qawasmi اغتيال عمر القواسمي
اغتيال المواطن الفلسطيني عمر سليم القواسمي "66" عاما من مدينة الخليل على أيدي وحدة من جنود الاحتلال الإسرائيلي، أثناء نومه في سريره بتاريخ 7/1/2011. Findings of Al-Haq's Investigation of the Wilful Killing of Umar Qawasmi by the Israeli Occupying Forces
Views: 5369 Al-Haq
Sumoud is a documentary film produced by Al-Haq, which captures the reality of Israel’s creation of coercive environments in Al-Hadidiya, in the northern Jordan Valley. The film tells the story of a family from Al-Hadidiya and their experience with Israel’s discriminatory policy of administrative house demolitions. It focuses on the experience of Sumoud, the youngest member of the family and her perception on the impacts of home demolitions. The film reveals the human story of Israel’s discriminatory policies and practices and their debilitating interference with the everyday lives of Palestinian families residing in the Jordan Valley.
Views: 3829 Al-Haq
The Bullet | الرصاصة
محمد قطاش، من مخيم الجلزون، يحدثنا عن مخيمه، وصديقه عطا شراكة، والرصاصة
Views: 2771 Al-Haq
Annexation Wall: 10 Years Too Long
TAKE ACTION...Go to www.alhaq.org/10years2long This video marks the 10th Anniversary of the beginning of the construction of the Annexation Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory. On 9th July Al-Haq is launching a month of campaigning calling for the Wall to be dismantled in line with the ICJ Advisory Opinion of 2004. Visit the website to find out what you can do to call for the dismantling of the Annexation Wall.
Views: 9350 Al-Haq
Memory of the Cactus - English Subtitiled ذاكرة الصبار - ترجمة انجليزية
A 42 minute documentary film that combines the cactus and the memories it stands for. The film addresses the story of the destruction of the Palestinian villages of Latroun in the Occupied West Bank and the forcible transfer of their civilian population in 1967. Over 40 years later, the Israeli occupation continues, and villagers remain displaced. The film follows two separate but parallel journeys. Aisha Um Najeh takes us down the painful road that Palestinians have been forcefully pushed down, separating them in time and place from the land they nurtured; while Israelis walk freely through that land, enjoying its fruits. The stems of the cactus, however, take a few of them to discover the reality of the crime committed. اختزل الفيلم الوثائقي الفلسطيني "ذاكرة الصبار" في 42 دقيقة قصة معاناة فلسطينيي قرى اللطرون الذين هجروا على أيدي الجيش الإسرائيلي عام 1967. الفيلم من إنتاج مؤسسة الحق وإخراج حنا مصلح. لاتزال قصة (عمواس ويالوا وبيت نوبا) قرى اللطرون محفورة في ذاكرة من بقوا من الجيل الفلسطيني الشاهد على عمليات تهجير الفلسطينيين من القدس عام 1967 . حكايات يجسدها فيلم ذاكرة الصبار الوثائقي الفلسطيني والذي يحكي قصص من اقتــلعوا من منازلهم التي تحولت الآن إلى متنزه لأبناء المستوطنين في القدس. خوف وحيرة وذكريات لا تنتهي جمعها الفيلم الذي أنتجته مؤسسة "الحق" الفلسطينية وأخرجه حنا مصلح والذي عرض من خلاله نماذج من معاناة سكان قرى اللطرون غربي القدس ساردا حكايتهم على ألسنهم فأعاد الفيلم المشاهدين الى الوراء عشرات السنين وكأن الحدث كان البارحة. وقد حاز الفيلم على الجائزة الأولى كأفضل فيلم وثائقي في مهرجان دبي السينمائي للسنة الثالثة على التوالي
Views: 6343 Al-Haq
(Italian version) La visita virtuale: l'impatto del Muro d'Annessione
Questo video abbina la documentazione visiva di Al-Haq con le immagini satellitari in modo da creare delle visite virtuali sulle violazioni dei diritti umani commesse all'interno dei territori palestinesi occupati. Ciascuna visita è stata progettata con l'intento di ricreare l'esperienza di una visita sul campo, consentendo in questo modo ad ognuno di poter osservare sul campo la realtà dell'occupazione. Questa visita mostra come la costruzione del Muro su terra palestinese, le severe restrizioni al movimento risultanti nel mancato accesso ai mezzi di sussistenza e l'espansione delle colonie israeliane costituiscano i mezzi usati dalla potenza occupante, Israele, con il solo scopo di ridurre drasticamente la presenza palestinese nel territorio occupato. - Per vedere la versione interattiva di questa visita virtuale http://alhaq.mits.ps/index.php/virtual-field-visits/annexation-wall - Per leggere l'analisi giuridica di Al-Haq sull'impatto del Muro d'Annessione http://www.alhaq.org/publications/publications-index?task=callelement&format=raw&item_id=44&element=304e4493-dc32-44fa-8c5b-57c4d7b529c1&method=download
Views: 4264 Al-Haq
Illegal settlement agriculture in the Jordan Valley - The case of Carmel Agrexco
This is the next in Al-Haq’s series of Virtual Field Visits on the topic of business and human rights. This video focuses on the export of fresh produce grown in illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied Jordan Valley and sold in Europe.
Views: 1407 Al-Haq
لحظة إطلاق النار على الشاب محمود نخله - The Fatal Shooting of Mahmoud Nakhleh
لحظة إطلاق النار على الشاب محمود نخله من قبل قوات الإحتلال الاسرائيلي بتاريخ 14 كانون الأول 2018 Footage of the fatal shooting of Mahmoud Nakhleh on 14 Dec 2018
Views: 282 Al-Haq
Sabri Gharib House
Sabri Gharib House منزل صبري غريب
Views: 744 Al-Haq
Virtual Field Visit: Israel's Enforcement of the Buffer Zone in the Gaza Strip - English Version
This video combines Al-Haq's visual documentation with satellite imagery to create virtual tours of the human rights violations commited in the occupied Palestinian territory. Each tour is designed to recreate the experience of making a field visit, providing everyone with the opportunity to see the on-the-ground reality of the occupation. This tour shows how Israeli occupying forces often use live ammunition to enforce the buffer zone in the Gaza Strip, both on land and at sea. Since the beginning of 2010, stone-collectors have been increasingly under attack by Israeli soldiers. In 2009, Al-Haq documented seven cases of rubble collectors injured by live ammunition in the vicinity of the buffer zone, whereas this number was 10 times higher during 2010, when 68 rubble collectors, of whom 15 children, were shot. Fishermen are also targeted on a daily basis with many incidents occurring outside the buffer zone. In some cases, the Israeli occupying forces fire rockets and shoot bullets at the Palestinian boats at sea or on the shore in order to destroy them, thus preventing the fishermen from working. - View an interactive version of this Virtual Field Visit. http://alhaq.mits.ps/index.php/virtual-field-visits/buffer-zone - Read Al-Haq's legal analysis of the Israel Enforcement of the Buffer Zone http://www.alhaq.org/etemplate.php?id=598
Views: 1704 Al-Haq
Simple Dreams
Simple Dreams: a short Bedouin walk in the Jordan Valley area, exposing the hardships faced by Palestinians, merely for being in their land, and especially in light of the increasing and systematic settler violence against them. Location: Al-Mu'arajat, Jordan Valley. Date: 16 February 2018 Available in English, French and Spanish. أحلام بسيطة...نزهة بدوية في الأغوار الفلسطينية تطلعكم على ما قد يتعرض له الفلسطيني لمجرد وجوده في أرضه، لا سيّما في خضم تزايد حالات اعتداءات المستوطنين الممنهجة على الفلسطينيين في الأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة المكان: المعرجات – الأغوار الفلسطينية الزمان: 16/2/2018 مترجم للغات الإنجليزية، الفرنسية والإسبانية
Views: 710 Al-Haq
The Truth - الحقيقة
This video addresses Israeli settler violence in the occupied Palestinian territory and the impunity they enjoy for their attacks. The short video tackles this issue by shedding light on different types of settler violence but more specifically on the case of the Dawabsheh family and the case of the 16 year old child Muhammad Abu Khdeir who were burnt by Israeli settlers in 2015 and 2014 respectively.
Views: 11832 Al-Haq
East Jerusalem: Annexed and Divided
In 1967, Israel annexed the Palestinian city of East Jerusalem, separating it from the rest of the West Bank. The construction of the Annexation Wall, which began in 2002, fragmented East Jerusalem into enclaves of Palestinian communities along the path of the Wall, further segregating Palestinian residents from one another. Particularly affected are East Jerusalem neighbourhoods of Kufr 'Aqab, Semiramis, Shu'fat refugee camp and 'Anata -- located east of the Wall -- that have been deprived of services and rights despite the fact that they are located within the Israeli-defined municipal boundaries of Jerusalem. The effect of the Wall on Palestinian Jerusalemites has been, and continues to be, negative and life altering. Movement within East Jerusalem itself, and from the city to the rest of the West Bank, has become heavily securitised and restricted. Approximately 25 per cent of Palestinian Jerusalemites face the reality of crossing a checkpoint to access health, education and other services to which they are entitled to as tax-paying residents. Not to mention the continuously detrimental effect the Wall is having on the family, social and cultural life of Palestinian residents of Jerusalem.
Views: 4537 Al-Haq
Everything is forbidden
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The Nakba, 70 years and counting
The Ongoing Nakba and how its impact is still present on the Palestinians, refugees and the diaspora.
Views: 213 Al-Haq
رزق الرجوب - فلسطيني يريده الاحتلال منفياً
خلال الـ 21 عاماً الأخيرة لم يُمضِ رزق عاماً كاملاً واحداً بدون قضاء فترة في السجون الإسرائيلية، و"الحل" المقترح عليه من قبل سلطات الاحتلال الإسرائيلي هو اختيار بلد لنفيه إليه بعيداً عن فلسطين. إنتاج مؤسسة الحق 2017 فيسبوك: https://www.facebook.com/alhaqorganization تويتر: https://twitter.com/alhaq_org
Views: 1909 Al-Haq
Virtual Field Visit: Al-Nu'man - A Case of Indirect Forcible Transfer
For more Virtual Field Visits go to - www.alhaq.org In 1967, Israel illegally annexed East Jerusalem and surrounding areas, including the land of Al-Nu'man village. However, the inhabitants of the village were not recorded in the 1967 census of Jerusalem and many were given West Bank IDs. Villagers are considered by Israel to be illegally residing in Jerusalem simply by being in their homes. In 2002 al-Nu'man's residents were informed that the village lay adjacent to the planned route of the Wall and, with the settler bypass road passing through the village, they would have no access to Jerusalem or the West Bank. In 2006 a military checkpoint was established at the entrance to the village allowing only al-Nu'man residents to pass through. The stunting of Al-Nu'man's natural growth, the gradual enforced transfer of residents and the obstruction of any incoming residents can all be attributed to Israel's systematic campaign to ultimately rid the area of its Palestinian inhabitants. This is a clear example of a policy of indirect forcible transfer, which is a war crime under international humanitarian law.
Views: 668 Al-Haq
On the 8th of March,  This is my appeal to the world
We, the Palestinian Council of Human Rights Organisations (PCHRO), would like to mark International Women's Day by expressing our solidarity with administrative detainee Hana Shalabi. Hana is today beginning her 22nd successive day of hunger strike in protest at her internment without charge or trial and her ongoing ill-treatment at the hands of the Israeli authorities. Hana, 29 years old, previously spent more than two years in administrative detention before she was released in October 2011 as part of the prisoner exchange deal between Israel and Hamas. Less than four months later she was arrested once more by Israeli authorities at her home near Jenin, when she was beaten with the butt of a rifle by an Israeli soldier. Following her arrest, she was beaten, blindfolded and later forcibly strip-searched and assaulted by an Israeli male soldier. Hana was given a six-month administrative detention order and spent the first three days of her internment in solitary confinement. She was later sentenced to solitary confinement for a further seven days as punishment for her continuing hunger strike. Internment, also known as administrative detention, is a procedure under which Palestinian detainees are held without charge or trial for periods of up to six months. Detention orders are usually renewed before they expire, and detainees can be held for indefinite periods of time, with several detainees spending up to eight consecutive years in internment. Administrative detainees are held on the basis of "secret material" that is not made available to them or their lawyers, therefore undermining their ability to effectively challenge the detention order. Israel's widespread practice of administrative detention, of which Hana Shalabi is yet another victim, constitutes a serious breach of international humanitarian and human rights law. While administrative detention is allowed under international humanitarian law, it must be used only in exceptional circumstances and must uphold fair trial standards, which Israel does not comply with. Israel is currently detaining some 310 Palestinians without charge in administrative detention. Although no Palestinian is left untouched by the occupation, it is true that women are, in many cases, doubly affected by Israel's illegal practices. However, internment also affects a large number of Palestinian women indirectly; those wives, mothers, sisters and daughters of detainees who endeavour to maintain community and family structures while they wait indefinitely for their family members to be freed. For example, the wife and daughter of Ahmad Qatamesh, who has been declared a prisoner of conscience by Amnesty International, recently saw his detention order renewed for the third consecutive time. Administrative detention, characterised by renewable detention orders and abusive conditions of imprisonment, constitutes a merciless cycle that attempts to suppress the spirit of both the detainees and their families. While Hana Shalabi's internment by way of an inhumane system is representative of the utter disregard in which Israel holds the lives and rights of Palestinians, administrative detention is only one of a wide range of violations perpetrated against Palestinian women in the OPT. Palestinian women and girls are, along with the rest of the Palestinian population, regularly subjected to harassment, intimidation and ill-treatment by Israeli military authorities and as a consequence they are denied the enjoyment of basic human rights such as education, health and freedom of movement. Such treatment amounts to an assault on their dignity and security of person in violation of international law. For more read: http://www.alhaq.org/advocacy/topics/right-to-life-and-body-integrity/541-international-womens-day-marks-hana-shalabis-22nd-day-of-hunger-strike
Views: 7179 Al-Haq
The case against Riwal: corporate complicity in international crimes
What is Riwal? Riwal is a Dutch private rental company specialising in the field of vertical transportation. The company rents out mobile cranes and aerial platforms for use in construction work. Up until December 2009 it had operations in several European countries and in Israel. Riwal's involvement in the construction of the Wall and settlements In 2006, a Dutch film crew pictured a Riwal mobile crane constructing the Wall around the West Bank village of Hizma. A year later, in the summer of 2007, Riwal machines were spotted building the Wall next to the West Bank village of Al Khader, near Bethlehem. In 2009, Riwal aerial cranes were pictured constructing factories in the Ariel West industrial zone near to the West Bank village of Bruqin. The construction of the Wall and settlements in these locations has had a long lasting and detrimental impact on the Palestinian communities residing in the areas. In Hizma and Al Khader, the Wall was built on privately owned Palestinian land, and entailed the uprooting of olive trees and the destruction of ancient artisan wells. The Wall in both locations cuts off the inhabitants of the villages from hundreds of dunums of their most fertile lands. In Hizma the Wall separates the village from its agricultural land and olive groves that the once economically thriving village depended on. In Al Khader, cultivation of the fruit trees and grapevines the village is famous for has been made virtually impossible. Similarly, the establishment of Ariel West settlement on Bruqin's village lands has led to the loss of pastoral land by the village, and along with the establishment of other settlements around Bruqin, the village has lost access to almost all of its traditional sources of income. The reaction to Riwal's involvement in the Wall There was a public outcry in Holland about Riwal's involvement in the construction of the Wall. The Dutch Foreign Minister approached the company about its involvement in 2006. The company admitted that it rented its cranes out for the construction of the Wall, but attempted to minimise its involvement, stating that Riwal's operations in Israel were conducted by an Israeli company. It later transpired that this information was incorrect, and that the company responsible for operations in Israel, is a Dutch company, registered in Holland. Riwal then stated it had stopped supplying its cranes for the construction of the Wall. However, when in the summer of 2007, Riwal machines were pictured building the Wall in Al Khader it became apparent that the information provided by the company was once again incorrect. The Minister of Foreign Affairs addressed the company for a second time about its involvement in the building of the Wall, and made clear the undesirability of any Dutch company being involved in constructing the Wall or settlements in the OPT. The Dutch NGO United Civilians for Peace also wrote to Riwal, informing them of the illegality of the Wall under international law and urging them to desist in their activities. Nonetheless, in the summer of 2009, Riwal machines were pictured constructing the settlement of Ariel West. The Israeli branch office of Riwal admitted that Riwal's equipment might be being used for construction of the settlement.
Views: 352 Al-Haq
On the 100th Anniversary of International Women's Day  Palestinian Women's Rights Remain Under Siege
Tuesday 8 March marks the 100th Anniversary of International Women's Day. Women across the world will be mobilising and marching in celebration and protest, championing their freedom of expression and campaigning for further change. Al-Haq takes this opportunity to remind the rest of the world that in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT) the struggle for the fundamental human rights of Palestinian women is held hostage to a belligerent and unrelenting occupation. In commemoration of International Women's Day, the United Nations theme this year is 'Equal access to education, training and science and technology: Pathway to decent work for women.' Throughout the OPT, women's access to educational institutions, places of employment and healthcare clinics is severely impeded by restrictions on Palestinians' right to freedom of movement. While the repressive and discriminatory policies exercised by Israel against the free movement of Palestinians have had a devastating effect on the entire population, the disproportionate impact on Palestinian women, who are denied the most basic economic and social rights guaranteed to them by international law, cannot be overstated. The Annexation Wall, which appropriates lands, disconnects communities, and restricts access to medical care, schools, and workplaces, is only one of numerous pernicious policies that violate Palestinians' right to freedom of movement. Travel time and costs are greatly multiplied by the Wall, its associated permit regime and over 500 other obstacles to free movement in the OPT, including checkpoints and road blocks. The restrictions imposed by Israel have a gender specific impact and present particular risks for, amongst others, expectant mothers, female students and workers, resulting in the denial of their right to health, education, decent work and an adequate standard of living. The socio-economic instability that these violations have wrought in the OPT - perhaps most notable in the Gaza Strip where severe deprivation is aggravated by the continuing policy of closure - coupled with the loss of many male members of Palestinian society to Israeli detention or violence, has contributed to the stresses of family life and created conditions rife for domestic violence. Palestinian women are also disproportionately affected by Israeli policies and laws which, through a complex system of permits and administrative bureaucracy, prevent Palestinians with different residency from living together as a family. Palestinians with West Bank identification cards are prevented from residing with their family in occupied East Jerusalem, while Palestinians from the Gaza Strip are prohibited from joining a spouse in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem. In addition, arbitrary nationality laws deny Palestinian family members with a foreign passport entry at Israeli-controlled borders. Israel's denial of family reunification places on many women the burden of raising children in the absence of a father, with the consequent negative economic and financial impact that this brings.
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Promo Summer School 2018
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Al Haq Summer School 2019
Al-Haq Center for Applied International Law is pleased to announce its Fifth International Law Summer School for post-graduate law students, legal researchers and professionals in the fields of international law and human rights. The training will take place over two weeks in Ramallah, occupied Palestinian territory (OPT) during the period of 24th June – 8th July 2019.
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Applied International Law Orientation Course, 8 -11 May 2017
Al-Haq Center for Applied International Law is pleased to announce its 5th semi-annual International Law Orientation Course for employees of international organizations and diplomatic staff. For more details: https://medium.com/@AlHaq.EN/apply-now-e4349725c36b#.e4yv5fsi6
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Virtual Field Visit: E1 Area
The "E1" Virtual Field Visit is the latest in a series of virtual field visits produced by Al-Haq. Designed to bring the field to people who are unable to visit the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT), the virtual field visits use maps to illustrate the obstacles and human rights abuses faced by Palestinians on a daily basis. On 29 November 2012 the United Nations (UN) voted to upgrade the status of Palestine to non-member observer State. Shortly afterwards, Israel, who had vociferously objected to the upgrade, announced the construction of an additional 3,000 units for settlers in the West Bank. This included construction in what is known as the "E1" area, which refers to a twelve square kilometre plot of land located in the West Bank, to the east of the Jerusalem municipal boundary and bordering the Ma'ale Adumim settlement. The close proximity of the E1 area to Ma'ale Adumim settlement allows for significant expansion of what is already the third most popular settlement in the OPT. The E1 area stretches across 22,000 dunums of confiscated Palestinian land and also provides a vital passage joining the northern and southern sections of the West Bank, as well as Jerusalem. The closure of this passage would effectively cut the West Bank into two. Construction in the E1 area, combined with restrictions imposed by the Annexation Wall and the Oslo Accords, creates a clear obstacle to a self-sufficient economically viable Palestinian State.
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Regional Human Rights Seminar in Tunis حلقة النقاش الإقليمية في تونس
Al-Haq Center for Applied International Law: First Regional Human Rights Seminar in Tunis 24-29/9/2011 Al-Haq's first regional seminar took place in Tunis between 24-29/9/2011. The seminar, which is being hosted by Al-Haq's Centre for Applied International Law, in partnership with the Arab Institute for Human Rights, brought together NGOs from 12 Arab countries and is an unique opportunity to share experiences and expertise at this important time of change in the Arab world. Almost 40 human rights defenders participated in the 6-day seminar. As well as training relating to the monitoring and documentation of human rights violations, the participants are also engaged in panel discussions addressing the recent Arab revolutions and questions of democratic transition. Notable contributors so far include Shawan Jabarin, General Director of Al-Haq, banned from travel by the Israeli government, addressed the seminar via Skype and urged the participants to concentrate on co-ordinating their efforts to expose violations of international law and to protect the human rights of the Arab people. Mr. Abdul Basit Bin Hassan, head of the Arab Institute for Human Rights, spoke of how the Occupied Palestinian Territory has a special place in the various activities of the Institute and the developments of the Palestinian issue is at the core of its moral obligations. Mr. Shawqi al-Tabib, president of the Tunisian League for Citizenship, spoke about the role of institutional reform and victim restitution in achieving transitional justice. اختتام حلقة النقاش الإقليمية في تونس حول "آليات رصد وتوثيق انتهاكات حقوق الإنسان وإعداد التقارير" اختتمت في مدينة تونس-العاصمة- أعمال حلقة النقاش الإقليمية الأولى التي تنظمها مؤسسة الحق/ مركز الحق التطبيقي للقانون الدولي في مدينة رام الله بالشراكة مع المعهد العربي لحقوق الإنسان في تونس بعنوان "آليات رصد وتوثيق انتهاكات حقوق الإنسان" والتي استمرت بين 24-29/9/2011، وقد استهدفت مشاركين ومشاركات من مؤسسات حقوقية من عشر دول عربية ذو اهتمام بموضوع رصد وتوثيق انتهاكات حقوق الإنسان. هدفت حلقة النقاش الإقليمية الأولى إلى تبادل الخبرات والأفكار والتعلم وإفساح المجال لمجموعة من النشطاء الحقوقيين في مجال حقوق الإنسان من عشر دول عربية مختلفة لنقل معارفهم وخبراتهم النظرية والتطبيقية لإثراء الجوانب المعرفية للمحاور الرئيسية لحلقة النقاش بالإضافة إلى التدرب على آلية رصد وتوثيق انتهاكات حقوق الإنسان الفردية والجماعية ومتابعتها، والسعي للوصول إلى أسس مهنية وتطبيقية مشتركة تفيد المنظمات الحقوقية المشاركة في عملها اليومي.
Views: 152 Al-Haq
The Palestinian Workers on the 1st of May العمال الفلسطينيين وعيد العمال
The Palestinian Workers on the 1st of May وثائقي يبحث في اوضاع العمال الفلسطينيين والانتهاكات والاجراءات التعسفية بحقهم وذلك بمناسبة عيد العمال - الفيلم من انتاج مؤسسة الحق وإعداد وحدة التوثيق المرئي التابعة للمؤسسة
Views: 1237 Al-Haq
Al-Nu'man Village قرية النعمان
Al-Nu'man is a small village consisting of one street and approximately 25 houses situated southeast of Jerusalem and northeast of Bethlehem, a few hundred metres north of Beit Sahour. In 1967, Israel illegally de facto annexed East Jerusalem and surrounding areas, including the land of al-Nu'man village. However, the inhabitants of the village were recorded as West Bank residents and given West Bank IDs rather than the Jerusalem IDs received by most Palestinians in illegally annexed areas. As West Bank ID holders, these residents are considered by Israel to be illegally residing in Jerusalem simply by being in their homes. A small minority of the village residents possess Jerusalem IDs, being former residents (and their offspring) of nearby Jerusalem villages who did not register the change in their place of residence when they moved to al-Nu'man. The Jerusalem ID holders remaining in the village amount to less than 10% of al-Nu'man's present population of approximately 220. In addition to the difficulties caused by holding ID cards that, under Israeli law, do not permit them to reside in their own village, al-Nu'man villagers are detrimentally affected by Israeli settlement construction and expansion in the area. Har Homa settlement, begun in 1997 and built on the Abu-Ghneim mountain, lies nearby, and an extension is planned next to al-Nu'man, on a portion of the village's lands. Substantial areas of land surrounding the village were also appropriated by Israeli confiscation orders for the establishment of a military area,2 as well as a further 30 dunums for the building of Mazmouriyya trade terminal,3 currently in progress. In addition, the route of the Jerusalem Ring Road, on which work has already commenced, will cut through the village. The village is also bounded by the Annexation Wall, which in this area takes the form of a fence, constructed inside the West Bank. As a result of these Israeli development plans in the area, to which the presence of the village is an obstacle, al-Nu'man is the target of a systematic campaign aiming to remove its inhabitants and subsequently appropriate its land. The problems for al-Nu'man residents escalated in 2003 when construction of the Wall began near the village, and heightened even further in May 2006 when a permanent checkpoint in the Wall became the only entrance to, and exit from, the village. Al- Nu'man is now bordered on three sides by the Wall, isolating it from the rest of the West Bank, which is situated on the opposite side of the Wall, east of the village. Only al-Nu'man residents with West Bank IDs are permitted through the checkpoint. On the western side of the village, the former road to Jerusalem has been partially destroyed by Israeli authorities and is blocked by a metal gate at the entrance to the village.
Views: 1354 Al-Haq
شكرا ايرلندا
حظر استيراد البضائع الاستيطانية غير القانونية في أيرلندا
Views: 344 Al-Haq
Ongoing Gaza Closure: The Impact on Daily Life
A short documentary by the Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR), Al Mezan Center for Human Rights, and Al-Haq, illustrating the impact of the closure on daily life in Gaza, 22 November 2016.
Views: 1105 Al-Haq
"ولادنا بذوبو زي الشمعة" - عائدة حمدان، والدة الأسير مجد حمدان
"ولادنا بذوبو زي الشمعة".. كلمات السيدة عائدة حمدان، والدة الأسير مجد حمدان، مع دخول #إضراب_الكرامة يومه الـ 39.
Views: 112 Al-Haq
دورة تدريبية بعنوان "التعريف بوضع حقوق الإنسان في الأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة"
مركز الحق التطبيقي للقانون الدولي يختتم دورة تدريبية بعنوان التعريف بوضع حقوق الإنسان في الأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة اختتم مركز الحق التطبيقي/ مؤسسة "الحق" يوم 26-02-2015 الدورة التدريبية الأولى التي تستهدف موظفي المؤسسات الدولية العاملة في الأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة، وبشكل خاص من تسلم منهم مهام عمله فيها منذ فترة زمنية بسيطة، حيث دامت هذه الدورة التي جاءت تحت عنوان "التعريف بوضع حقوق الإنسان في الأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة" مدّة أربعة أيام اعتباراً من يوم 23-02-2015 وتخللتها رحلتان ميدانيتان لكل من مدينتي بيت لحم و الخليل. وقد شارك في هذ الدورة 20 موظفاً من مختلف المؤسسات الإنسانية الدولية العاملة في الأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة، بما فيها عدد من وكالات الأمم المتحدة، حيث تم في اليوم الأول منها تعريف المشاركين بوضع حقوق الإنسان في الأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة، مع التركيز بداية على تقديم لمحة تاريخية موجزة حول تاريخ الصراع الفلسطيني—الإسرائيلي منذ بداياته الأولى، بما في ذلك المحطات التاريخية المهمة فيه، مروراً باستعراض وضع حقوق الإنسان الراهن في الأرض الفلسطينية وانتهاء بالحديث مفصلاً عن "جدار الضم" الذي أقامته دولة الاحتلال الإسرائيلي على أراضي الضفة الغربية المحتلة، بما فيها مدينة القدس، وما صاحب بناءه من نظام كامل من العزل وتصاريح الدخول وحرمان الكثيرين من الفلسطينيين من الوصول إلى أراضيهم التي أصبحت تقع خلف الجدار أو في جيوب معزولة يحيط بها من كافة الجوانب. وتم في اليوم الثالث من الدورة تعريف المشاركين بالقوانين الدولية التي تنطبق على الأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة والتي تحكم تصرفات دولة الاحتلال الإسرائيلية في كل ما يتعلق بالأرض المحتلة والسيطرة عليها واستغلال مواردها الطبيعية، كذلك فيما يخص حالة ووضع حقوق الإنسان الفلسطيني الراهنة وتنظيم علاقته مع القوة المحتلة، بما في ذلك هدم منازل الفلسطينيين بحجة عدم الترخيص أو كإجراء عقابي من جانب دولة الاحتلال والاعتداء على الملكيات الخاصة من سلب وسيطرة على الأراضي لصالح توسعة وزيادة حجم الاستيطان الصهيوني –وبخاصة في المناطق الخاضعة بصورة كاملة للسيطرة الإسرائيلية، المناطق المعروفة باسم مناطق "ج"– وكل ذلك من منظور القانون الانساني الدولي وقانون حقوق الانسان الدولي.
Views: 292 Al-Haq
French: Illegal settlement agriculture in the Jordan Valley - The case of Carmel Agrexco
This is the next in Al-Haq’s series of Virtual Field Visits on the topic of business and human rights. This video focuses on the export of fresh produce grown in illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied Jordan Valley and sold in Europe.
Views: 198 Al-Haq
Virtuelle Exkursion: Die israelische Sperrmauer und das damit verbundene Kontrollregime.
Virtuelle Exkursion: Die israelische Sperrmauer und das damit verbundene Kontrollregime. Dieses Video kombiniert Al Haqs Bildaufnahmen mit Satellitenbildern zu einer virtuellen Tour über Menschenrechtsverletzungen, die in den besetzten palästinensischen Gebieten begangen werden. Jede von Al Haqs virtuellen Exkursionen ist dem Erlebnis eines tatsächlichen Besuches vor Ort nachempfunden und ermöglicht es dem Zuseher einen besseren Einblick in die Realität der Besatzung zu erhalten. Diese Tour zeigt wie der Bau der Mauer, die damit einhergehende Einschränkung der Bewegungsfreiheit vieler Palästinenser und die Gefährdung ihrer Existenzgrundlage sowie die Ausdehnung von jüdischen Siedlungen Teil eines von der israelischen Besatzungsmacht verfolgten Planes sind, die palästinensische Präsenz in der Gegend zu fragmentieren und so weit wie möglich zu reduzieren. - Um zur interaktiven Version der virtuellen Exkursion zu gelangen, folgen Sie diesem Link. http://alhaq.mits.ps/index.php/virtual-field-visits/annexation-wall - Für eine rechtliche Analyse zum Thema der Durchsetzung der Pufferzone im Gazastreifen klicken Sie auf den folgenden Link http://www.alhaq.org/publications/publications-index?task=callelement&format=raw&item_id=44&element=304e4493-dc32-44fa-8c5b-57c4d7b529c1&method=download
Views: 666 Al-Haq
احتلال، استعمار، فصل عنصري؟
Watan TV Interviews Mr. Shawan Jabarin, Al-Haq general director, about the conferance made at 16th August 2009. التغطية الاعلامية المحلية لليوم الدراسي Occupation, Colonialism, Apartheid? احتلال، استعمار، فصل عنصري؟ A RE-ASSESSMENT OF ISRAEL'S PRACTICES IN THE OPT UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW اعادة تقييم ممارسات اسرائيل في الاراضي الفلسطينية المحتلة في ضوء القانون الدولي Sunday 16th August 2009 Ramallah الاحد 16/آب 2009 رام الله خلفية: قام مجلس أبحاث العلوم الإنسانية في جنوب إفريقيا (HSRC) عام 2008 بتشكيل طاقم من الباحثين والعاملين في مجال القانون الدولي العام، من جنوب إفريقيا والمملكة المتحدة وايرلندا والأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة وإسرائيل، ضم ممثلين عن "الحق" و"عدالة" لفحص المقترح الوارد في تقرير الحقوقي الجنوب الإفريقي المرموق البروفيسور جون دوغارد عام 2007، بصفته المقرّر الخاص للأمم المتحدة، والذي نص على أن ممارسات إسرائيل في الأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة تتسم بصفات الاستعمار والفصل العنصري. انتهى الطاقم من دراسته في أيار 2009 وتم نشرها في تقرير من 300 صفحة بعنوان: "احتلال، استعمار، فصل عنصري؟: إعادة تقييم لممارسات إسرائيل في الأراضي الفلسطينية المحتلة في ظل القانون الدولي". التقرير الكامل وملخصه المؤلف من 16 صفحة متاحان للتنزيل من موقع مجلس أبحاث حقوق العلوم الإنسانية على الرابط التالي: hsrc.ac.za/Media_Release-378.phtml ويخلص التقرير إلى أن إسرائيل من خلال قوانينها وممارساتها في الأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة تنتهك المحظورات القانونية الدولية الخاصة بالاستعمار والأبرتهايد. وهو ما ينطوي على تبعات قانونية، ليس بالنسبة لإسرائيل والفلسطينيين فحسب، بل أيضاً بالنسبة للأمم المتحدة والدول بصفة فردية والمجتمع الدولي برمته. سيقوم أعضاء من طاقم البحث في هذا اليوم الدراسي بعرض استنتاجات التقرير ومناقشة مدلولاتها، بالإضافة إلى اتخاذ خطوات مستقبلية ممكنة مع ممثلي المجتمع المدني والأحزاب السياسية والمنظمات الدولية. كما سيقدم باحثون ومختصون فلسطينيون وإسرائيليون وجنوب إفريقيين آرائهم المتعلقة بالتقرير. Background: In 2008, the Human Sciences Research Council of South Africa (HSRC) assembled a team of scholars and practitioners of public international law from South Africa, the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT) and Israel, including representatives from Al-Haq and Adalah, to examine the suggestion made in the 2007 report of eminent South African jurist Prof. John Dugard, in his capacity as UN Special Rapporteur, that Israel's practices in the OPT had assumed characteristics of colonialism and apartheid. In May 2009 the team concluded its study and published its 300-page report entitled "Occupation, Colonialism, Apartheid?: A Re-Assessment of Israel's Practices in the Occupied Palestinian Territories under International Law". The full report and its 16-page summary are available to download from the HSRC website (hsrc.ac.za/Media_Release-378.phtml). The report ultimately concludes that Israel, through its laws and practices in the OPT, has breached the international legal prohibitions of both colonialism and apartheid. This entails legal consequences not just for Israel and the Palestinians, but also for the UN, individual States, and the international community as a whole. At this symposium, members of the research team will present the findings of the report and discuss their implications as well as potential next steps with representatives of civil society, political parties, and international organisations. Palestinian, Israeli and South African scholars and professionals will also provide observations in response to the report.
Views: 323 Al-Haq
My Home | بيتي
'My Home' Housing demolitions carried out under the pretext of unlicensed construction are a common occurrence in occupied East Jerusalem. Palestinians are rarely granted permits by the Israeli authorities to build houses in the city. Apartments prices have risen drastically in Jerusalem -- 120 m apartment would cost approximately $350,000. As a result, they are forced to build without a permit, which often results in the Israeli authorities issuing demolition orders on unlicensed buildings. In 2013, 82 houses owned by Palestinians in Jerusalem were demolished, effecting 281 people. In recent years, self-demolition of houses has become common in East Jerusalem as the Palestinian owners of "unlicensed" houses are forced to choose between demolishing the houses themselves or paying the Jerusalem municipality to do so for them. In this video Muhammad 'Amireh speaks of his experience of having to demolish his own house. بيتي أصبح هدم المباني بحجة عدم الترخيص ظاهرة شائعة في القدس الشرقية. لا تمنح السلطات الاسرائيلية تراخيص البناء للفلسطينيين في القدس مما ادى إلى ارتفاع سعر الشقة السكنية بمساحة 120 متر مربع الى حوالي 350.000 $و نتيجة لذلك أجبر الفلسطينيين في القدس على البناء من غير ترخيص وبالتالي تقوم السلطات الاسرائيلية بهدم هذه المباني بحجة عدم الترخيص. وخلال العام 2013 هدمت سطات الاحتلال 82 منزلا بحجة عدم الترخيص، وكان عدد المتضررين حوالي 281 شخصا. وتزايدت في السنوات الاخيرة آوامر "الهدم الذاتي" حيث تصدر المحكمة آمرا بهدم المنزل على نفقة مالكه أو يقوم بدفع تكاليف الهدم لبلدية الاحتلال. المواطن محمد عميرة كان واحدا ممن أُجبر على هدم منزله على نفقته الخاصة.
Views: 2504 Al-Haq
Summer School 2016 Short version
مركز الحق للقانون الدولي التطبيقي يختتم فعاليات المدرسة الصيفية الثانية للقانون الدولي التطبيقي رام الله – الحق - اختتمت في مدينة رام الله في مؤسسة الحق/مركز الحق التطبيقي للقانون الدولي يوم السبت الماضي الموافق السادس من تموز 2016 أعمال المدرسة الصيفية الثانية للقانون الدولي التطبيقي والتي استمرت لمدة أسبوعين، من 24 تموز—7 آب 2016، والتي تهدف إلى مساعدة طلبة الدراسات العليا في القانون الدولي والباحثين القانونيين على تطوير فهم متسق لحقوق الإنسان والوضع الإنساني في الأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة وتمكينهم من امتلاك المعارف والمهارات والبصيرة القانونية حول القضايا الرئيسية لحقوق الإنسان، مع التركيز على التطبيق العملي للقانون الدولي بمختلف فروعه في الأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة. وشارك في برنامج المدرسة الصيفية الثانية 22 شخصاً من طلبة الدراسات العليا في القانون الدولي والباحثين القانونيين والناشطين في مجال حقوق الإنسان قدموا من 16 دولة من مختلف أنحاء العالم، وهذه الدول هي تشيلي و البرازيل و البرتغال و كوستاريكا و الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية و كندا وجمهورية الصرب و فرنسا و سويسرا و ايطاليا و الدنيمارك و اسبانيا و بريطانيا و بلجيكا و تركيا. ويذكر أن من بين المشاركين في هذه المدرسة محامون مختصون في مجال القانون الجنائي الدولي و طلبة ماجستير مرشحون لنيل درجة الدكتوراة في القانون الدولي وعاملون في منظمات حقوق الإنسان و باحثون مختصون في مجال القانون الدولي بمختلف فروعه وصحفيون. ويتميّز برنامج المدرسة الصيفية للقانون الدولي بكونه برنامجاً تفاعليّاً للغاية، حيث يتم تشجيع جميع المشاركين على المشاركة الكاملة في كل ما يتم تقديمه وعرضه عليهم وعلى طرح الأسئلة وتقديم المداخلات بحرّية كاملة. وتشمل أساليب التدريب عروض ومحاضرات نظرية وتمارين جماعية ورحلات ميدانية يحصل جميع المشاركين في نهايتها على ملف إلكتروني يتضمن مواضيع واسعة من المواد المرجعية والعروض التي تم تقديمها طوال مدّة المدرسة. ويتضمن برنامج المدرسة الصيفية الثانية التي انطلقت أعمالها يوم الاثنين الماضي مواضيع متنوعة ومتخصصة تُقدمها مجموعة متميزة من العاملين في مؤسسة الحق ومن خارجها من المتخصصين في مجال القانون الدولي عموماً وفي قانون حقوق الانسان الدولي والقانون الإنساني الدولي والقانون الجنائي الدولي خصوصاً. ومن أبرز المواضيع التي تضمنها برنامج المدرسة الصيفية الثانية: وضع وحالة حقوق الانسان الفلسطيني في الأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة، و القانون الإنساني الدولي وعلاقته ومدى ارتباطه وانطباقه على الأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة، و اللاجئون الفلسطينيون ووضعهم في القانون الدولي، و التهجير القصري للمواطنين الفلسطينيين الذي تمارسه دولة الاحتلال الإسرائيلي وما تقوم به من إجراءات على الأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة لتنفيذ مخططها الهادف إلى تفريغ الأرض من أصحابها الفلسطينيين، وحالة وحقوق الانسان الفلسطيني داخل الأراضي الفلسطينية المحتلة عام 1948 وممارسات التمييز العنصري التي تمارسها دولة الاحتلال الإسرائيلي بحقهم، والمصادر الموارد الطبيعية في الأرض الفلسطينية المحتلة واستغلال وإثراء دولة الاحتلال الإسرائيلي غير القانوني من هذه المصادر والموارد الطبيعية وحرمان الشعب الفلسطيني المالك الأصلي لها من استغلالها والاستفادة وتنميتها وبالتالي الاستفادة منها في تحقيق تنمية حقيقة ترفع من مستوى حياة الشعب الفلسطيني، و عولمة الصراع الفلسطيني—الإسرائيلي وما تقوم به منظمة التحرير الفلسطينية من برامج وجهود ومحاولات للتوصل لحل سلمي وعادل ودائم لهذا الصراع.
Views: 426 Al-Haq
Ejecución de la Zona de Exclusión en la Franja de Gaza por Israel
[Versión en español] Visita Virtual: Ejecución de la Zona de Exclusión en la Franja de Gaza por Israel Este video combina la documentación visual de Al-Haq con imágenes de satélite para crear visitas virtuales de las violaciones de derechos humanos cometidas en el territorio palestino ocupado. Cada recorrido está diseñado para recrear la experiencia de hacer una visita de campo, ofreciendo a cada uno la oportunidad de ver la realidad de la ocupación sobre el terreno . Este recorrido muestra cómo las fuerzas de ocupación israelí utilizan a menudo munición real para hacer cumplir la zona de exclusión en la Franja de Gaza, tanto en tierra como en el mar. Desde el inicio de 2010, los soldados israelíes han incrementado los ataques contra palestinos que trabajan recogiendo escombros. En 2009, Al-Haq documentó siete casos de recogedores de escombros heridos por munición real en las cercanías de la zona de exclusión, mientras que esta cifra se multiplicó por 10 en el 2010, año en el que 68 recogedores de escombros fueron heridos, 15 de los cuales eran niños. Los pescadores también sufren ataques a diario, y gran parte de los incidentes suceden fuera de la zona de exclusión. En algunos casos, las fuerzas de ocupación israelíes disparan balas y misiles contra los barcos palestinos, se encuentren en el mar o en la orilla, con el fin de destruirlos, impidiendo de esta manera la pesca. - Vea una versión interactiva de esta visita virtual. http://alhaq.mits.ps/index.php/virtual-field-visits/buffer-zone - Lea el análisis jurídico de Al-Haq acerca de la Ejecución de la Zona de Exclusión http://www.alhaq.org/publications/publications-index?task=callelement&format=raw&item_id=100&element=304e4493-dc32-44fa-8c5b-57c4d7b529c1&method=download
Views: 892 Al-Haq
Representative of South Africa at the Human Rights Council 35th Session - General debate on Item 7
Geneva, 19 June 2017 -- Representative of South Africa, Mr. Clinton Gary Swemmer, at the Human Rights Council 35th Session - General debate on Item 7 (Human rights situation in Palestine and other occupied Arab territories)
Views: 312 Al-Haq
الزراعة غير القانونية قي المستوطنات الاسرائيلية  في وادي الاردن-حالة شركة الكرمل أغريسكو
جولة افتراضية حول سلب الموارد الطبيعية من فبل الاحتلال الاسرائيلي: الزراعة غير القانونية في المستوطنات الاسرائيلية في وادي الاردن - حالة شركة الكرمل أغريسكو
Views: 442 Al-Haq
Spanish: Illegal settlements in the Jordan Valley: the Dead Sea- The case of AHAVA
This is the first in a series of new Virtual Field Visits focusing on the topic of business and human rights. This video will highlight corporate complicity in the exploitation of natural resources in the Dead Sea area of the Occupied Palestinian Territory.
Views: 141 Al-Haq
تعليق مدير عام مؤسسة الحق على اعتداء أجهزة أمنية تابعة للسلطة على عائلة باسل الأعرج
تعليق مدير عام مؤسسة الحق، شعوان جبّارين، على اعتداء أجهزة أمنية تابعة للسلطة الفلسطينية على عائلة باسل الأعرج - رام الله 2017/03/13
Views: 58 Al-Haq
In the aftermath of last month's Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip, Al Haq's field researchers collected testimonies from some of those whose lives have been devastated by Israel's "Operation Pillar of Defense." In this short video three citizens of the Gaza Strip retell the events that led to the destruction of their homes and the deaths of their family members. Jamal al-Dalou describes learning that an Israeli F16 aircraft had bombed his family home, killing his sister, his wife, his two daughters, his daughter-in-law and his four grandchildren. Khaled Tafesh explains how a missile targeting vacant land next to his home, caused his roof to collapse while he and nine members of his family were inside. His daughter Hanin, alone in an adjacent room, was wounded by shrapnel. Hanin was rushed to hospital, but dies two hours later. Muhammad Abu-S'eifan recounts the deaths of his three-year-old son Tamer and his two-year-old daughter Jumana, who were buried under the collapsed roof of their home while they slept. Muhammad, sleeping next to them, survived. His wife, who had been preparing milk for her children in another room, also survived. The experiences of all three families represent the ongoing suffering felt by the population of the Gaza Strip, which continues far beyond the signing of last month's ceasefire agreement.
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الدورة السنوية الثانية لطلبة كليات الحقوق في الجامعات الفلسطينية - 2015
اختتمت مؤسسة الحق أمس دورتها السنوية الثانية لطلبة كليات الحقوق في الجامعات الفلسطينية والتي عقدت في رام الله على مدار ستة أيام شارك فيها 24 طالب وطالبة من الجامعة العربية الامريكية، جامعة النجاح، جماعة بير زيت، جامعة القدس، جامعة فلسطين الاهلية وجامعة الخليل. هذا وكان عنوان الدورة "مدخل للقانون الدولي" حيث تم عرض العديد من الموضوعات التي تتعلق بالقانون الدولي لحقوق الانسان والقانون الدولي الانساني وقضايا اللاجئين ورصد وتوثيق الانتهاكات وقضايا المناصرة والمساءلة على انتهاكات حقوق الإنسان، حيث قام عدد من المدربين في مؤسسة "الحق" بتقديم التدريب الذي جمع ما بين التهميد النظري والتطبيقات العملية من الواقع الفلسطيني تحت الاحتلال الإسرائيلي. إلى ذلك شارك في حفل ختام الدورة السيد عميد كلية الحقوق في جامعة بير زيت الدكنور ياسر العموري إلى جانب مدير مؤسسة "الحق" السيد شعوان جبارين ورئيس مركز الحق التطبيقي للقانون الدولي السيد وائل أبو نعمة ومسئول وحدة التدريب وبناء القدرات في المركز السيد زياد حميدان. وفي كلمته خلال حفل الختام تقدم العميد ياسر العموري باسمه وباسم عمداء كليات الحقوق في الجامعات الفلسطينية بالتحية لمؤسسة "الحق" التي نفذت هذه الدورة مشيرا لأهمية دور مؤسسة "الحق" في تمكين الطلبة في المعرفة المتعلقة بالتطبيقات القانونية والحقوقية إضافة للتجارب العملية التي اكتسبتها " الحق" في هذا المجال، ومؤكداً على اهمية التعاون بين مؤسسة "الحق" وكليات الحقوق في الجامعات الفلسطينية . بدوره اكد مدير مؤسسة "الحق" السيد شعوان جبارين على أن الدور الاكبر يقع على عاتق الطلبة في مواصلة البحث وبناء قدراتهم الذاتية والمعرفية، ذلك ان مثل هذه الدورات تفتتح آفاقا وتثير الأسئلة أكثر مما تقدم الإجابات، اما رئيس المركز السيد وائل ابو نعمة فأشار لدور الطلبة في تطوير دورات "الحق" من خلال تقيمهم لمستوى الدورة وان مؤسسة الحق تطور برامجها من خلال التغذية الراجعة لها من المستفيدين من نشاطاتها، فيما شكر مسئول التدريب السيد زياد حميدان المشاركين والمشاركات على جديتهم خلال أيام الدورة، مؤكداً على ان ابواب مؤسسة "الحق" مفتوحة للطلبة دوماً وان هذا النشاط لن يكون الاخير حيث ستستمر مؤسسة "الحق" في التواصل معهم من أجل نشاطات اخرى. وفي نهاية حفل الختام تم تقديم الشهادات للمشاركين والمشاركات وتقديم عدد من شهادات التقدير لعمداء كليات الحقوق لما بذلوه من جهد من اجل إنجاح هذه الدورة.
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Three pictures  from Jerusalem - ثلاث صور من القدس
This video tells the stories of four Palestinian children from occupied East Jerusalem, and sheds light on their suffering which represents the suffering of Palestinian children in Jerusalem in general. يتناول هذا الفيديو قصص أربعة أطفال فلسطينيين من القدس الشرقية المحتلة، ويستعرض معاناتهم التي تمثل معاناة أطفال القدس بشكل عام.
Views: 1211 Al-Haq
Regional Seminar on Accountability and International Law  National Experiences Amman, 1 8 June 2014
Al-Haq Center for Applied International Law concluded in Amman, Jordan, a training seminar on "Accountability under International Law" between the 1st-8th June 2014. The training seminar targeted 24 human rights defenders and activities of non-governmental organizations from eight Arab countries interested in accountability under international law in its broader sense, focusing on criminal accountability for grave breaches of international humanitarian law, as well as accountability for human rights violations perpetrated by some international companies, and invoking the principle of universal jurisdiction and international judiciary. Speakers and trainers at the seminar included reputable professionals and experts in the field of accountability under international law. Taghreed Hikmat of the National Center for Human Rights in Jordan and a former Judge at the special tribunals for Rwanda and former Yugoslavia, Gregorio Marañon of the Spanish Embassy in Jordan, Dr. Mohammad ‘Elwan, Shaima Abu Farha of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Jordan, Nidal el Jardi of the office of The High Commissioner for Human Rights in Jordan, Adam Coogle, representative of Human Rights Watch in Jordan, and Nasser Al-Rayes, a legal consultant and researcher at Al-Haq. The training seminar provided the trainees with theoretical and practical training, including case studies from real life such as the case before the Spanish courts against the Israeli Air Force Commander accused of the assassination of Salah Shehadeh of Hamas and the killing of 18 innocent civilians members of his family, and the case filed before a Dutch court to prosecute a Dutch company (Rival) involved in providing Israel, the Occupying Power, with technical assistance and equipment used in the construction of the Wall in the occupied Palestinian territory, in addition to the case of Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet.
Views: 134 Al-Haq
Anistas House
Anistas House
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Al-Walaja Village: The Impact of the Annexation Wall
For more Virtual Field Visits and to take action against the Annexation Wall go to www.alhaq.org. The redrawing of borders, the annexation of land, the denial of residency rights as well as the construction the Wall and its associated régime mean that residents of Al-Walaja continue to face serious threats to the integrity of their community and their livelihoods. Together these practices constitute indirect forcible transfer, which is a war crime under international law. Without action to pressure Israel to change its policies it is possible that al-Walaja may soon be lost once and for all.
Views: 1859 Al-Haq