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Student Abdul Rahman Abu Dahab

Israeli forces have arrested dozens of politically active students amid a rise in violence in West Bank and Jerusalem.

Birzeit University rises up against Israel’s arrests

Birzeit, Occupied West Bank –  National songs echoed throughout the West Bank’s Birzeit University campus as students...
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The Impact of Colonialism on Education in Palestine

2016 Right to Education Tour

Announcing the 2016 Right to Education Tour! Last year, NSJP and R2E hosted the first ever Right to Education tour through the US,...
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Boycott Israeli Apartheid Now!

Letter of Solidarity with the Palestinian Popular Resistance

Letter of Solidarity with the Palestinian Popular Resistance: Boycott Israeli Apartheid Now! #SolidarityWaveBDS In response to...
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Why boycotts make sense to many

Palestinian Universities and Everyday Life under Occupation

Palestinian Universities and Everyday Life under Occupation Why boycotts make sense to many. By Kamala Visweswaran   On my last...
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Sheffield Hallam University

Declaration of Support from Sheffield Hallam University

DECLARATION OF SUPPORT FOR THE PALESTINIAN RIGHT TO EDUCATION FROM MEMBERS OF STAFF AND STUDENTS AT SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY 12th...
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Student Abdul Rahman Abu Dahab

Expressing its deep concern over the fate of two arrested students

Birzeit University Appeals to Human Rights Institutions to Speak out

Expressing its deep concern over the fate of two arrested students Birzeit University appeals to academic and human rights...
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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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