- LPHR Legal Q&A: Use of force against Gaza protesters13th April 2018
- LPHR Director speaks at Amnesty International UK National Conference7th April 2018
- Joint written statement submitted to 37th session of UN Human Rights Council: Impunity for torture, ill-treatment and related practices in Israel16th March 2018
- Joint Open Letter to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights following its Report on the UN Database of Businesses Involved in Settlement Activities22nd February 2018
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- Concerning killing and injuries at a mass demonstration on the Gaza border3rd April 2018
- UK Government voting on Israel/Palestine resolutions at the UN Human Rights Council16th February 2018
- How Israel’s courts sanctioned the closure of Gaza – a report by Gisha19th April 2018
In December 2017, the Israeli human rights organisation, Gisha, published ’10 Years 10 Judgments: How Israel’s courts sanctioned the closure of Gaza’. The report examines 10 significant Israeli High Court of Justice judgments made after Israel’s disengagement from Gaza in August 2005 and the tightening of its closure of the Strip in June 2007. (more…)
- UK vote against accountability at the UN is a reminder that the pursuit for justice for Palestinians is being led by civil society26th March 2018
Last Friday, at the UN Human Rights Council, the UK regrettably voted against a resolution on accountability for alleged serious international crimes committed against Palestinians in the occupied Palestinian territory.
- UK makes principled and meaningful recommendations to Israel at Universal Periodic Review of its human rights record23rd January 2018
This morning was the third Universal Periodic Review of Israel at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva. The UK was one of a number of states that participated in a dialogue with Israel on its human rights record.
- The Gaza Electricity Crisis – punitive decisions and the UK Government’s response11th January 2018
In June 2017, the Israeli Government decided to reduce its electricity supply to Gaza by 40 per cent, upon a request from the Palestinian Authority. This decision resulted in an electricity crisis for the residents of Gaza, with households, schools and hospitals receiving only up to 4 hours of electricity per day. (more…)