The 14th of May has been the biggest one-day death toll since Israel’s 2014 invasion of Gaza: at least 60 Palestinians were killed and more than 2,700 injured as the Israeli army fired live ammunition, tear gas, and firebombs at civilian protestors assembled along the border with Israel. The massacre, lasting for almost eight weeks, took place in a context when the Israeli government feels omnipotent, with the unconditional support of the United States, and the passivity and silence of international community.
IFE-EFI Statement - Justice for the Palestinian people
28 May 2018
On-line Regional Policy Dialogue on Combating VAWG and Strengthening Women´s Rights in the Context of Covid-19 pandemic
Ministry of Women Affairs and PWWSD Sign a Memorandum of Understanding to Combat Violence Against Women and Girls