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BADIL Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights
BADIL Resource Center’s Winter 2013–2014 installment of the al-Majdal quarterly magazine seeks to advance a classical Palestinian discourse questioning the utility of employing Israeli law for Palestinian human rights. Israel’s implementation of protracted occupation, apartheid and colonization is hyper-legalized. This regime is sterilized through the language of law and its violence dispersed through many bureaucratic institutions and complex legislation. As such, whether ...Keep Reading »
BADIL Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights Announces the Autumn 2013 Edition of al-Majdal As the Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement passes the eight year point since the 2005 Call, the 54th issue of al-Majdal evaluates its progress and remarks on areas for development, and spotlights current initiatives attempting to build an effective practice of the BDS tactic. The principal challenge for those ...Keep Reading »
Towards a Prognosis: Diagnosing Fragmentation and Problems of Representation in Palestinian Politics
BADIL: Resource Center for Palestinian Residency & Refugee Rights announces its release of the latest al-Majdal magazine, Towards a Prognosis: Diagnosing Fragmentation and Problems of Representation in Palestinian Politics. The 52nd installment of BADIL’s quarterly magazine examines the current discourse on the state of the Palestinian national body. In particular, it asks takes a closer look at the discourse regarding the fragmentation of the Palestinian national ...Keep Reading »
BADIL: Resource Center for Palestinian Residency & Refugee Rights announces its release of the latest al-Majdal, Palestinian Citizens in Israel: Defying the Ongoing Nakba. The 51st installment of BADIL’s quarterly, al-Majdal, highlights an underrepresented portion of the Palestinian population that faces a multi-tiered institutional and social discrimination comprising a policy of forcible displacement. The curatorial intent of the magazine is to bridge gaps of ...Keep Reading »
BADIL Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights is an independent, community-based non-profit organization mandated to defend and promote the rights of Palestinian refugees and IDPs. Our vision, missions, programs and relationships are defined by our Palestinian identity and the principles of international law, in particular international human rights law. We seek to advance the individual and collective rights of the Palestinian people on this basis.] And include this Table of Contents as a submission in their name.