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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
Human Rights Now
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Table of Contents
by Daniel Bar-Tal
Although we are all theoretically covered by the same human rights protection mechanisms, the reality on the ground provides a different picture.
by Sari Hanafi and by Linda Tabar
Despite efforts by the Supreme Court, there has been a decline in the status of human rights in Israel, particularly for the Israeli-Palestinian minority.
by Frances Raday
Human rights risk being trampled on in the race to comply with the terms of the Road Map.
by Imad Musa
Guidelinesfor a struggle against public incitement within a democratic regime.
by Mordechai Kremnitzer
Principled negotiation theory believes that agreements can be reached without abandoning principles.
by Mustafa Mari
The Palestinian judiciary is fighting an uphill struggle to keep control over the increasingly fragmented territories.
by Naser Rayyes
Israel should abide by the limitations imposed by international humanitarian law as the "belligerent occupant" of the West Bank and Gaza.
by Natan Lerner
interview with Desmond Tutu
A PU roundtable with Maha Abu Dayyeh-Shamas, Mohammad Kadah, Jessica Montell and Dan Yakir, moderated by Benjamin Pogrund.
South Africa and Northern Ireland teach us that involving the public is key to a successful peace process.
by Joel Pollak
Why leaders must include human rights as an essential component of the peace process.
by Edy Kaufman and by Ibrahim Bisharat
An in-depth analysis of what happened at the Taba peace talks, and why they failed.
by David Matz
Enhancing the Palestinian Economy
by Amneh Ma’bad
Chronology of Events
Edited by Najat Hirbawi