Protection of Palestinian Content on Social Media: Between Rights and Law

On Thursday, 25 October 2022, the Institute of Law (IoL) at Birzeit University held a legal encounter titled “Protection of Palestinian Content on Social Media:...


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The Supreme Criminal Chamber in the Gaza Strip: Problems and Reality

On Wednesday, 15 June 2022, the Institute of Law (IoL) of Birzeit University held a legal encounter on The Supreme Criminal Chamberin the Gaza Strip:...


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The Reality of Working Women's Participation in Justice Facilities

On Wednesday, 18 May 2022, the Institute of Law (IoL) of Birzeit University held a legal encounter on The Reality of Working Women's Participation in...


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The Health Rights of Gaza Patients and Patient Transfers

On Thursday, 21 April 2022, the Institute of Law (IoL) held a legal encounter on The Health Rights of Gaza Patients and Patient Transfers. Bringing...


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Students, legal researchers explore impact of amendments on procedural law in Palestine

Students, legal researchers, and faculty members discussed the changes introduced by laws by decree on Palestinian procedural law in a symposium organized by Birzeit University’s...


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Scholars, researchers dissect recent Gaza judicial announcements on women’s travel, post-divorce compensation

Continuing its series of legal symposia focused on newly enacted laws and regulations in Palestine, Birzeit University’s Institute of Law organized a discussion on the...


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Three recent publications on law and anti-corruption activity

All publications highlight new trends in the fight against corruption. Entitled Rules of Investigating Corruption Crimes, the first paper introduces search and investigation techniques. It also provides an overview of the specific nature and mechanisms of the preliminary investigation of corruption crimes. The second paper on Digital Evidence examines technicalities, analysis and documentation of digital evidence. Also exploring legislature’s attitude, the paper pays speci

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training course targeting family lawyers in the Palestinian territory occupied in 1948

  A decision for approval of the Institute of Law’s Specialised Professional Diploma Programme targeting Family Lawyers by the Committee of Family Lawyers in the 1948 Territory Birzeit - 16 February 2015: In cooperation with the Nisaa wa Afaq (Women and Horizons) Organisation inside the Green Line, the Institute of Law (IoL) at Birzeit University has continued to organise a specialised training course on Personal Status and Inheritance. Launched on 6 December 2014, the tr

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Palestinian Prisoners and Released Prisoners’ Salaries and Benefits from a Legal and Human Rights Perspective

Held in partnership with Konrad Adenauer Stiftung  Palestinian Territories, the presentation was made by Mr. Jamil Sarhan, Director of Gaza Regional Office of the Independent Commission for Human Rights (ICHR). In her opening statement, Ms. Lina al-Tounisi, Coordinator of the IoL Gaza Office, welcomed the speaker and audience. Sarhan made a briefing note about the Law on Prisoners and Released Prisoners No. 19 of 2004. As a legally prescribed natural right, salaries and b

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Alternative Strategies for Realising Justice in Palestine

Held over three days in Jerusalem, Birzeit and Nazareth, the conference brought together a select number of Palestinian and international academicians and activists. Based on the Palestinians’ natural right to self-determination, panellists discussed and proposed alternative strategies, which are viable and capable of achieving liberation from Israel’s colonisation. The event was organised to meet the crucial need to launch a dialogue on such strategies. The IoL organised

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The Legislative Process: Rethinking Policies for Legislation

Addressing the current context of the legislative process within the Palestinian legal system, the workshop discussed how to support a participatory approach in, enhance community oversight of, and develop the law making process. The event brought together Dr. Assem Khalil, Deputy President of the Birzeit University for Community Affairs, Marc Frings, Head of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung  Palestinian Territories, Dr. Jamil Salem, IoL Director, and Mr. Mahmoud Alawneh, Mana

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