Event: Seminar on Jadal Issue 16: “Personal Status Litigation for Palestinian Individuals in Israel: A Controversial Issue” (February 2013)

Seminar on Jadal Issue 16: “Personal Status Litigation for Palestinians in Israel: A Controversial Issue” Following the release of Jadal Issue 16, Mada al-Carmel—Arab Center for Applied Social Research held a seminar on Wednesday, February 20, entitled “Personal Status Litigation … Continue reading

Personal Status Litigation for Palestinians in Israel: A Controversial Issue; Jadal Issue 16, December 2012

  Personal Status Litigation for Palestinians in Israel: A Controversial Issue Editorial Areen Hawari Analytical Papers Personal Status in Civl Versus Religious Courts: A Controversial Issue | Areen Hawari Viewpoints Eleven Years Since the Amendment to the Family Rights Law: Achievements … Continue reading

Can rights be won in Israel’s courts? | Mazen Masri | Jadal Reprint

–Israel has been institutionalizing the displacement and dispossession of Bedouins in the Negev/Naqab–   The question of using courts and litigation in struggles against oppressive regimes is not a new one. The long process of disassembling the South African apartheid state … Continue reading

The Master’s Tools; Jadal Issue 13, May 2012

The Master's Tools: Palestinian Citizens' Appeal within the Israeli Legal System Editorial Alaa Mahajna Analytical Papers Litigation within the Israeli Court System: a Double-Edged Sword | Alaa Mahajna Viewpoints On Legal Advocacy and Legitimation of Control | Hassan Jabareen Back to Politics? | Mazen Al-Masri The … Continue reading

PMR Issue 16, May 2012

Over the last few years, our periodic Political Monitoring Reports have addressed the  most  prominent  manifestations  of  racism  towards  Palestinians  in  Israeli  legislation,  as  well  as  among  religious  leaders,  politicians,  and  decision  makers.  We  have  also  addressed  the  racism  common  … Continue reading