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Our Students Imprisoned Away from Sunlight

The Palestinian Prisoner’s Day is observed on April 17 of this year – nearly fourty-two days after an undercover Israeli unit...
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Birzeit University

Israeli forces kidnap university student, fire shots on campus in broad daylight

A group of Israeli operatives, disguised as Palestinian college students, abducted the head of the Student Council from Birzeit...
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Statement from the Right to Education Campaign at Birzeit University, January 2018

Ongoing Israeli Policies to Disrupt and Isolate Palestinian Higher Education

To Members of Global Civil Society and Academia: Birzeit University, a Palestinian institution of higher learning, is currently facing...
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R2E Campaign denounces Israeli Occupation’s Raid on Birzeit U’s campus

The Right to Education Campaign at Birzeit University is outraged by the barbaric raid of Birzeit University’s campus by the Israeli...
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What is Israel’s Education Minister’s outlook in regards to the education of Palestinians?

Naftali Bennett currently serves as Israel’s education minister under Benjamin Netanyahu. Bennett also leads the Orthodox and...
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Gaza one year on: The real damage is yet to come

While speaking to a U.N worker for the education cluster in Gaza it became apparent that the longest lasting impact of the 2014 summer...
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Schools in the shadows of settlements: Burin

The village of Burin, south of Nablus city, faces ongoing encroachment onto its land by surrounding settlements. In recent years the...
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“What does education mean to you?”

I learnt the Arabic word for “everything” in Ramallah’s falafel shops, where the vendors will ask if you want kulshi...
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This week the Right to Education Campaign visited Yanun School. Following the settlement of surrounding hills and the ensuing threats and violence towards villagers, Yanun has shrunk from hundreds of villagers to just 6 remaining families. 
Teachers are doing all they can to keep the school open and the village alive, an effort that depends largely on their willpower to deal with frightened children and overworked families. International volunteers are a constant presence to deter further attacks.

Follow Right2Edu for an article on Yanun School this Saturday.

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Right2Edu: Visit to Yanun School

“We are living in a prison…”[1] was the response I received from the head teacher of Yanun School when discussing the impact of...
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A Letter to Lina

Dear Lina, In a very tiny “court” – one that offers no real justice or legitimacy – we waited impatiently to see you....
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