Exciting Research at Mada al-Carmel’s Conference for Palestinian Doctoral Students

Mada al-Carmel, The Arab Center for Applied Social Research, held its fourth annual conference for Palestinian… [more]

Exciting Research at Mada al-Carmel’s Conference for Palestinian Doctoral Students Exciting Research at Mada al-Carmel’s Conference for Palestinian Doctoral Students

“70 years of Nakbah” – A new E-book by Mada al-Carmel

In the wake of the 70th anniversary of the Nakbah, Mada al-Carmel, the Arab Center for Applied Social… [more]

“70 years of Nakbah” – A new E-book by Mada al-Carmel “70 years of Nakbah” - A new E-book by Mada al-Carmel

The Palestinians in Israel

Read our new e-book: The Palestinians in Israel - Readings in History, Politics and Society – Vol.… [more]

The Palestinians in Israel The Palestinians in Israel

jadal 30: Current Israeli policies toward the Palestinians in Israel: between continuity and change.

This issue of Jadal discusses current Israeli policies toward the Palestinians in Israel: between continuity… [more]

jadal 30: Current Israeli policies toward the Palestinians in Israel: between continuity and change. jadal 30: Current Israeli policies toward the Palestinians in Israel: between continuity and change.

Position Paper: The Call to Annex Parts of the West Bank to Israel

The Israel Studies Program at Mada al-Carmel published a position paper on the recent calls to … [more]

Position Paper:  The Call to Annex Parts of the West Bank to Israel Position Paper:  The Call to Annex Parts of the West Bank to Israel

With a significant attendance and participation of women, “Mada al-Carmel” presents research papers and distributes academic grants during its Third conference for Palestinian PhD students

Mada al-Carmel, the Arab Center for Applied Social Research, held its third conference for Palestinian… [more]

With a significant attendance and participation of women, “Mada al-Carmel” presents research papers and distributes academic grants during its Third conference for Palestinian PhD students With a significant attendance and participation of women, “Mada al-Carmel” presents research papers and distributes academic grants during its Third conference for Palestinian PhD students

Mada al-Carmel: Arab Center for Applied Social Research

 

jadal 25: "The Joint List"

The main theme of the current issue of Jadal is the Joint List, which is a political alliance of four Arab-dominated parties in Israel. The formation of the Joint List has been considered as a historic step within the Arab political scene inside the Green Line, as it is the first time that the Arab parliamentary parties ran in the Knesset elections within a single list. more..


 


Mada Files Number 8, “Readings in the Issue of the Internally Displaced”

The “Israel Studies Program” in Mada al-Carmel — Arab Center for Applied Social Research in Haifa, issued a new file, No. 8, of the Mada files series. The focus of this file is “Readings in the Issue of the Displaced,” and includes four research papers. more..


 

Mada al-Carmel Survey: Palestinians in Israel feel unsafe in the wake of recent events

The majority of the Palestinian community in Israel, 78%, holds the Israeli government responsible for the recent outbreak of violence; 66% report that they do not feel safe after Israeli police appealed to the public to carry guns; and only a minority, 15%, feels a high sense of security regarding the future of the Palestinian community in Israel. more..

 

Funding Pain: Bedouin Women and Political Economy in the Naqab/Negev

Mada’s Gender Studies Program director Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian co-authored an article entitled “Funding Pain: Bedouin Women and Political Economy in the Naqab/Negev” with Himmat Zu’bi, Antonina Griecci and Rachel Busbridge. The article was published in Routledge’s Feminist Economics Journal (Volume 20: Issue 4).
This article explores how the economy of international funding for local nongovernmental organizations impacts Palestinian activism and resistance inside the state of Israel.
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New Research Paper: “Attitudes of Palestinians in Israel: Government Performance, Issues of Equality and Democracy, and Peace Negotiations”

On 9/9/2015, the Israel Studies Program at Mada al-Carmel issued a research paper entitled “Attitudes of Palestinians in Israel: Government Performance, Issues of Equality and Democracy, and Peace Negotiations.” The paper was prepared by Dr. Aas Atrash and Dr. Ameed Saabneh as part of the second issue of the Mada Files publication, entitled “Forms of Israeli Violence Against Palestinians.” read more..

The Future of Arab Political Coalitions in Israel and the Role of the Joint List

Mada al-Carmel held a workshop on the future of Arab political coalitions in Israel and the role of the Joint List on Friday May 22nd, 2015, with the participation of MKs Dr. Jamal Zahalka and Mr. Ayman Odeh from the Joint List. The discussion was facilitated by Professor Nadim Rouhana, the founding director of Mada al-Carmel.
Professor Rouhana discussed issues regarding the formation of coalitions between Arab political parties with divergent ideologies.
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Welfare Association Grants Al-Shakshir Award to Mada al-Carmel

In continuance of its agenda of promoting excellence and creativity among the Palestinian people and heritage among the community, and as a token of respect to institutions that have accomplished unique goals in assistance of the social, cultural, and economic development of the Palestinian people, as well as to pioneering individuals working in service of Palestine, the Welfare Association distributed its awards for 2014 in Haifa on Wednesday June 3rd, 2015. read more..
 

GSP Hosts Panel on Palestinian Women and the Justice System

In commemoration of the Nakba, Mada al-Carmel’s Gender Studies Program (GSP) hosted a panel on May 14th, 2015, entitled “The Palestinian Woman and The Justice System: Between the Nakba (Catastrophe) and the Catastrophic Present.”
Professor Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian, the director of the GSP, opened the panel with a lecture connecting the historical experiences of women living under the Zionist legal system imposed during the Nakba to the present-day hardships faced by.. read more..