29 November 2009

TODAY IS INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY WITH PALESTINE DAY

Have people forgotten this day??? Get posting about this folks, nothing much in the media today, so get to work:

LINK The UN General Assembly (UNGA) declared 29 November as the International Day of Solidarity with Palestinian People in 1977. On the same day in 1947, the General Assembly had adopted the resolution on the partition of Palestine.
On 3 December 2001, the UNGA noted the action taken by Member States to observe the Day, and requested them to continue to give it the widest possible publicity. For more information, please see: http://www.un.org/depts/dhl/palestinian/

General information:

The Palestine Chronicle
Palestinian culture and society
Selected full-text documents (for more, search in the Digital Library):
Background to the refugee problem
Masalha, Nur, “Israel and the Palestinian Refugees: an Historical Overview, August 1948-1966” (1996)
Masriyeh Hazboun, Norma, “From Displacement to Dispersion: UNRWA, Israeli Resettlement Policy and Palestinian Refugees in Gaza Strip, 1967-1994” (1999)
Status of Palestinian refugees
Goodwin-Gill, Guy, “Nationality and Statelessness, Residence and Refugee Status: Issues Affecting Palestinians” (1990)
Shiblak, Abbas, “In Search of a Durable Solution: Residency Status and Civil Rights of Palestinian Refugees in Arab Host Countries” (1993)
The right of return
Abu-Sitta, Salman, “The Feasibility of the Right to Return” (1997)
Alpher, Joseph et al., “The Palestinian Refugee Problem and the Right of Return” (1998)
Besson, Yves, “The Right of Return and Compensation” (1998)

FMO research guides:

Chatty, Dawn, & Hundt, Gillian, et al. “Lessons Learned Report: Children and Adolescents in Palestinian Households” (April. 2001)
Chatty, Dawn, & Crivello, Gina, et al. “Lessons Learned Report: Children and Adolescents in Sahrawi and Afghan Refugee Households” (July. 2005)
Chatty, Dawn, & Crivello, Gina., & Fiddian, Elena. “Lessons Learned Report: Sahrawi Refugee Children in a Spanish Host Program” (December. 2005)
El Abed, Oroub, “Palestinian Refugees in Jordan” (Feb. 2004)
El Abed, Oroub, “Palestinian Refugees in Egypt” (Jul. 2004)
Rempel, Terry, “Palestinian Refugees in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip” (Aug. 2006)
Shafie, Sherifa, “Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon” (Aug. 2003)
Shafie, Sherifa, “Palestinian Refugees in Syria” (Aug. 2003)
Web resources
(for more, search in the Web Catalogue):
BADIL, Al Majdal: Quarterly magazine on Palestinian refugees
Birzeit University, Complete guide to Palestine’s websites in the Gaza Strip and West Bank, including Jerusalem
Institute for Palestinian Studies, The IPS Library
The Palestine Monitor, Eyewitness reports
UNISPAL: United Nations Information System on the Question of Palestine

Relevant organizations:

(for more, search in the Organizations Directory):
Al-Awda: Palestinian Right to Return Coalition
BADIL: Resource Centre for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights
International Solidarity Movement
Palestinian Diaspora and Refugee Centre (SHAML)
Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group
Palestinian Return Centre (PRC)
United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA)

3 comments:

cataurocubano said...

Irish, I just get the news that the president Hugo Chavez from Venezuela want to open an embassy in Palestine, (west bank) and his looking for the new ambassador I think is a great news

cataurocubano said...

http://www.paltelegraph.com/world/world-news/2976-venezuela-to-upgrade-palestinan-ties-and-offer-aid

this is the link with the news

Irish4Palestine said...

Hey there:)
GREAT news!! Chavez brilliant, as usual LOL

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