Publications

2017

Made in Gaza: Two years later Made in Gaza: Two years later
February 2017. More than two years since the last military operation in Gaza, we returned to industry representatives we had interviewed at the time to see how access policy changes have impacted their businesses. This is their account about the progress that has been made and the hurdles still hindering economic growth. Read More »

2016

Gaza up close Gaza up close
Decemebr 2016. New web project by Gisha provides accurate, up-to-date information regarding the closure on Gaza, what has led to its’ implementation, how it impacts people in Gaza and what’s needed to improve the situation. Read More »

Two years: 360 degrees Two years: 360 degrees
August 2016. In a special report, Gisha reviews and analyzes what has changed and what has not. The report focuses on three major topics: Reconstruction, movement of goods, and movement of people into and out of Gaza Strip. The road to recovery in Gaza is long and demands substantial changes in Israeli policy on movement. Read the report for a review of the situation on the ground and what measures could be taken to improve recovery efforts. Read More »

Split apart: Civil society organizations in Gaza in their own words Split apart: Civil society organizations in Gaza in their own words
April 10, 2016. Palestinian civil society organizations in Gaza, which operate in the space between government and the population, are strongly impacted by Israel’s separation policy. A new report published by Gisha, based on a series of meetings in Gaza with dozens of representatives of civil society organizations, shares the stories of the organizations and the challenges they face in their work as a result of the policy, as told in their own words. The report also gives a peek at the impressive work and tremendous potential of the third sector in Gaza. Read More »

Information sheet: Dark-gray lists
January 31, 2016. Israel restricts entrance of goods to Gaza that it defines as “dual-use”, items it says can be used for both civilian and military purposes. The implications in Gaza are far-reaching Read More »

2015

Ten Years Later
September 2015. On September 11, 2005, the last Israeli soldier ostensibly left the Gaza Strip. Israel’s policy ever since has condemned Gaza’s residents to a life full of uncertainty and peril, devoid of hope. It seems that many in Israel realize the mistakes that have been made. The situation can and must be rectified immediately. Read More »

Where’s the housing boom?
August 2015. A year after Operation Protective Edge, the reconstruction from the ground up of the first totally destroyed home, of thousands like it, just began. What took so long? Read More »

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