- Legal Q&A: Immunities and Gaza Accountability8th September 2015
- Child Rights Bulletin (for the period 28 May – 3 August 2015)1st September 2015
- Complaint submitted to the United Nations concerning the frequent targeting of the Palestinian human rights defender, Mrs Manal Tamimi, by Israeli military authorities29th July 2015
- Legal Q&A: Yarmouk14th July 2015
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- Concerning the forcible displacement of 78 Palestinian Bedouin refugees in Area C of the West Bank on 17 August 201519th August 2015
- Concerning Israeli authorities plans to force-feed the hunger striking Palestinian administrative detainee, Mohammad Allan, in clear violation of international law14th August 2015
- Infant mortality rate rise in Gaza and the context of illegal closure10th September 2015
A striking research article published by the United Nations Refugee & Works Agency (UNRWA) in August 2015 shows an increase in infant mortality rates among Palestinian refugee new-borns in Gaza for the first time in five decades. (more…)
- Gaza – Working for Accountability8th July 2015
Today is the first anniversary of the large-scale Israeli military assault against Gaza which lasted for 51 days and wrought massive civilian suffering. This was the third devastating military offensive by Israel against Gaza in six years – each one causing unspeakable damage, destruction and loss of life. (more…)
- Q&A on LPHR’s human rights complaint against G4S9th June 2015
1. What is LPHR’s complaint about G4S and where was it submitted?
In November 2013, Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights (LPHR) submitted a comprehensive human rights complaint against G4S to a UK government maintained body called the UK National Contact Point (UK NCP). (more…)
- What is the OECD Guidelines complaints mechanism and how can it be used?
The National Contact Point system under the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises is the first and still one of the very few international mechanisms established by governments to enable individuals, communities or their representatives to bring complaints against multinational corporations. (more…)