Events and activities

Peace Studies and Conflicts Resolution

 

Jabbarin  tackled the overlap between  politics & Law, questioning whether  the politics driven by law, and vice versa, or whether there are specific boundaries or lines in that overlap. He also mentioned that the international law can be used as one of the main weapons in the hands of Palestinian people and its authority, in line with the Palestinian aspirations. Jabbarin at the same time illustrated the anticipated difficulties that might be encountered in case using the international law to attain the rights and objectives of the Palestinian people.

Date: 
Tuesday, March 22, 2011 - 10

An Analytical Study on the Healthcare of Palestinian Refugees

 

Mr. Said Salameh presented the latest research of the Department of Refugee Affairs regarding the health services which UNRWA provides to Palestinian Refugees. As he compared the  health needs of these refugees and whether these services comply with their needs. This research depends on the latest statistics, made inside and outside of these refugee camps, in terms of the number of refugees and the beneficiaries of these health services. Furthermore, he also mentioned the role of civil society, and national institutions in development and improving refugees health status.

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Date: 
Thursday, October 11, 2012 - 10

The Black Population in the Maghreb and the obstacles of Integrations: Algeria as a Model

 

The period of prohibiting slavery forms a crucial period in the integration of new societies to which they belong to.  However, to what extent can the Blacks in North Africa, Algeria in particular, form an identity of their own; or emerge as a part of the country’s’ identity which will shape starting from the year 1962 their new homeland. 

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Date: 
Thursday, May 24, 2012 - 10

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