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Gaza Policy Forum 2020 – Session II (Reversing Gaza’s economic and humanitarian crisis) Gaza Policy Forum 2020 – Session II (Reversing Gaza’s economic and humanitarian crisis)
In September 2020, Gisha convened a group of Israeli, Palestinian and international stakeholders for the Gaza Policy Forum. The purpose of the forum was to discuss the situation in the Gaza Strip and distill recommendations for actions that would advance solutions to Gaza’s urgent needs, help improve living conditions, and safeguard human rights. (Click to Watch)

Gaza Policy Forum 2020 – Session I (Isolation and annexation: Gaza in the regional context) Gaza Policy Forum 2020 – Session I (Isolation and annexation: Gaza in the regional context)
In September 2020, Gisha convened a group of Israeli, Palestinian and international stakeholders for the Gaza Policy Forum. The goal of the event was to evaluate the situation on the ground and distill policy recommendations to improve living conditions and safeguard human rights in the Strip. (Click to Watch)

Gisha Executive Director Tania Hary addresses the UN Security Council Gisha Executive Director Tania Hary addresses the UN Security Council
Gisha Executive Director Tania Hary addressed the United Nations Security Council in New York City. Hary, who was invited to brief the Council on the situation in the Gaza Strip, stressed the heavy damage – to the economy, society, families, and well-being – caused by the sweeping access restrictions Israel imposes on Palestinians, particularly in relation to movement between Gaza and the West Bank, as part of the “separation policy”. (Click to Watch)

If Only – Young Palestinians in Gaza on What Freedom of Movement Means to Them If Only – Young Palestinians in Gaza on What Freedom of Movement Means to Them
To mark International Human Rights Day, Gisha is proud to release “If Only,” a new clip exploring what freedom of movement means to young people in Gaza. Recently, 23-year-old photographer Asmaa Elkhaldi and Mohammed Azaiza, Gisha’s field coordinator in the Strip, took to Gaza’s streets and asked young men and women what freedom of movement means to them, what they would do if they had it, and what life in Gaza might look like without severe access restrictions. In the clip, people share their take on freedom of movement and on what is needed to create change for Gaza and the region as a whole. (Click to Watch)

Stop the aerial herbicide spraying Stop the aerial herbicide spraying
This year, for the first time since 2014, Israel did not conduct aerial herbicide spraying over Gaza, with positive ramifications for the farming sector in the Strip. In a new video published today by human rights organizations Gisha, Adalah and Al Mezan, farmers and herders whose livelihoods depend on the lands closest to the fence with Israel attest to the potential of a season without spraying, the first in years. (Click to Watch)

It’s time for a different conversation about Gaza It’s time for a different conversation about Gaza
The national elections in Israel are only three weeks away. Residents of Gaza cannot participate in the elections, but their lives are directly impacted by them. It’s time for a different conversation about Gaza. (Click to Watch)

International Women’s Day 08.03.2019 International Women’s Day 08.03.2019
Palestinian women in the Gaza Strip pay prices, both economic and personal, as a result of the closure tightened by Israel in 2007. Movement restrictions imposed by Israel to this day block women’s access to education and professional opportunities, as well as severely impacting their family lives. (Click to Watch)

1.4 Million Young People 1.4 Million Young People
Did you know that seventy percent of the population in Gaza, 1.4 million people, are under 30 years old? Half of the Strip’s two million residents, living under closure, are children. They are Gaza’s hope, its future. They need to be able to exercise their fundamental right to freedom of movement in order to realize their dreams and immense potential. Watch a new clip by Gisha, filmed by 21-year-old Asmaa El Khaldi in Gaza and released today to mark Human Rights Day, and learn more about the lives of young people in the Strip. (Click to Watch)

Mariam Abu Alatt aaddressed the knesset committee Mariam Abu Alatt aaddressed the knesset committee
Mariam Abu Alatta, a resident of Gaza who works at Aisha, an NGO devoted to protecting women and children in the Strip, addressed the knesset committee in a video presented by Gisha (Click to Watch)

The Gazan Y Generation The Gazan Y Generation
A video-report by the Social-TV about young people in Gaza, created with the help of Gisha. (Click to Watch)

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