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Press Release – Right 2 Education Week a huge success

Student groups around the world host events to raise awareness of the difficulties for students in Palestine.
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Student solidarity for Palestinians’ ‘Right to Education’

Student groups around the world are hosting events this month in order to raise awareness of the restrictions on the right to...
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Bulletin March 2013

The Jordan Valley The aim behind travelling to the Jordan Valley was to observe and research the standard of education and...
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UCSD vote to divest from Israel

University of California San Diego (UCSD) succeeded in passing a motion to divest from Israel after a vote on Wednesday 13th March....
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Press Release: Birzeit students protest presence of British government on campus

On Tuesday 5th March at 12pm, British Consul General Sir Vincent Fean met with Birzeit University President Khalil Hindi to discuss...
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Sabbatical’s Israel junket sparks war of words at EUSA

EUSA vice-president on the defensive amid criticism of delegation's meeting with IDF and visit to controversial West Bank settlement
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PA cabinet to support outstanding students

PA Ministers have approved an increase in funds allocated to support outstanding students who excel in the "Tawjihi" -- Palestine's...
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300 Academics Join 40 “Civil Disobedience” Women

About 300 lecturers and teachers from institutes of higher education throughout Israel have signed a public advertisement in support...
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Masked Israeli settlers chase schoolchildren, give directions to Border Police

At-Tuwani, South Hebron Hills, West Bankā€”On the afternoon of 7 February 2011, three Israeli settlers from the Havat Ma’on...
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Preference for teaching jobs to Arab citizens of Israel who performed national service

The Committee against National Service, sent an urgent letter to the Education Minister, Gideon Sa'ar, demanding that those applicants...
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