Access to Education

Publications

Gaza 2015: A few steps forward, several steps back
April 2016. Gisha’s analysis of data on access and movement from the first full year since Operation Protective Edge and explanation for why, despite declared efforts, the situation in Gaza remains dire. (Read More »)

Access Kit: A guide to procedures and protocols which regulate access Access Kit: A guide to procedures and protocols which regulate access
March, 2016. The procedures impact millions, while few are aware they can be found in writing. (Read More »)

Separating land, separating people
June, 2015. A new position paper by Gisha analyzes what Israel calls the “separation policy”, in the context of control over the Palestinian territory (Read More »)

Student travel between Gaza and the West Bank 101
September 2012. Gisha believes that Palestinian students have a right to study in the Palestinian universities established for their benefit, in Gaza and the West Bank. Israel should lift the 12-year old ban on student travel from Gaza and instead adopt a policy that reflects its obligations and long-term interests, as well as its security concerns. (Read More »)

Unraveling the closure of Gaza: What has and hasn’t changed since the Cabinet decision and what are the implications?
July 2010. On June 20, 2010 Israel’s Security Cabinet issued a plan to facilitate access for civilian goods entering Gaza and expand economic activity. In this position paper, Gisha assesses the cabinet’s plan and the situation on the ground in Gaza in the weeks following the cabinet decision. (Read More »)

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