What is the project,
how did it arise and
what objectives does it have?

The project aims to generate a critical discourse on innovative solutions to the human rights violations suffered by the Palestinian population through the analysis of Palestinian women’s life stories.

Through women’s stories, the different human rights violations suffered by Palestinians in general and Palestinian women in particular will be identified and innovative solutions will be proposed based on their experiences, Palestinian civil society organizations and university specialists, promoting a cross-cutting, interdisciplinary and multi- institutional approach.

The intervention seeks to make visible the struggle of Palestinian women against the Israeli occupation and to promote the alternatives that, from the point of view of Palestinian women, should be promoted in order to stop the different forms of violence they suffer and to achieve a freedom, justice and equality for all.

TÍTULO DEL PROYECTO: LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS DE LAS MUJERES PALESTINAS: RELATOS DE RESILIENCIA EN TIEMPOS DE COVID-19.

MODALIDAD: Proyecto de Investigación e Innovación al Desarrollo.

FINANCIA: Agencia Andaluza de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo (AACID).

RESPONSABLE DEL PROYECTO: INMACULADA POSTIGO GÓMEZ.

Alliances

The Popular Struggle Coordination Committee (PSCC) is independent grassroot organization established in 2009 aiming at mobilizing Palestinians against the apartheid Wall and illegal Israeli settlements. It was born from the anti-Wall and anti-Settlement popular movement that started in the early 2000’s in different villages throughout the West Bank. After years of informal cooperation and shared mobilization between Palestinian communities engaged in popular resistance against the Israeli occupation, activists from the various village-based centers of the struggle came together to form the Coordination Committee, a common platform acting as a steering body for all the grassroots local popular committees.

The Popular Struggle Coordination Committee was formed by prominent activists in the popular committees from all over the Occupied Territories and across the Palestinian political spectrum. Popular committees present a unique form of community-based organizing and resistance in the tradition of the first Palestinian Intifada.

NOTE: Entities (logo, brief description and link) – Alquds , PSCC, FFCC Comunicación… Various other collaborating entities ….

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