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Gisha and Adv. Sari Bashi win human rights award Gisha and Adv. Sari Bashi win human rights award
December 14, 2014. The Emil Grunzweig Human Rights Award Committee: Gisha’s work is important and influential in many aspects of life for Palestinians residing in Gaza and the West Bank. (Read More)

Three months after Operation Protective Edge: How goes Gaza’s reconstruction? Three months after Operation Protective Edge: How goes Gaza’s reconstruction?
November 26, 2014. The cease fire agreement between Israel and Hamas went into effect on August 26, 2014. Since then, all the relevant parties have agreed that Gaza’s reconstruction is an Israeli interest, but the process thus far is going painfully slowly. (Read More)

170 tons of vegetables are stuck in Gaza because of a dispute between COGAT and the Ministry of Agriculture 170 tons of vegetables are stuck in Gaza because of a dispute between COGAT and the Ministry of Agriculture
November 24, 2014. A ten truck convoy from Gaza did not receive clearance to leave Kerem Shalom because of a dispute between the Israeli Ministry of Agriculture and the military. Farmers fear losing tens of thousands of dollars. (Read More)

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In Focus

The Gaza Cheat Sheet – Real Data on the Gaza Closure
November, 2014. In this information sheet you will find concise answers to questions such as: What is the economic situation in... (Read More)

Turning a new page: The end of the civilian closure and the possibilities it offers
August 2014. Alongside the need to rehabilitate the Strip, an opportunity has been created for fundamental change that will facilitate respect... (Read More)

Gaza Strip Map Gaza Strip Map
September 2013. A new and detailed map of the Gaza Strip. Source:... (Read More)

Gisha in Action

Received passports, but were compelled to leave their family
October 26, 2014. Two sisters born in Gaza to an Israeli mother are, by law, Israeli citizens themselves. Due to registration... (Read More)

She wanted to stay a little longer with her father and got stranded in Gaza.
May 28, 2014. When Sara (not her real name) decided to spend more time with her father in the Gaza Strip,... (Read More)

Military changes procedure in order to justify its refusal to allow a British student to enter the Gaza Strip
February 25, 2014. A British student requested to travel to Gaza in order to complete his research. Since the existing procedure... (Read More)

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