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

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

Conference: Constitutionalism as a Mechanism of Social and Political Change: Israel in a Comparative Perspective (June 2004)

Day One: Friday, June 25 2004 15:15-15:45 Reception and Registration 15:45-16:00 Greetings and Opening Remarks 16:00-18:00 PANEL 1: Constitutionalism and Social Difference Chair: Amal Jamal, Tel-Aviv University Prof. Adrian Guelke, Queen’s University Belfast “Constitutionalism, Legitimacy, and Democracy in Deeply Divided … Continue reading