Research

Round-table Discussion on: “The Crisis of Gaza Strip Crossings: What Are The Possible Solutions?”

Gaza City (October 30th, 2013) – As the crises of the Gaza Strip crossings remain, and as the suffering of the people and economy of Gaza continues, whether by preventing people from traveling to and from the Strip, or through preventing goods and supplies  from entering and existing without restrictions,  Pal-Think for  Strategic Studies expresses its grave concern over this ... Read More »

Seminar on: “Youth of Palestine: Ways to Moderation vs. Reasons for Extremism”

Gaza City (October 8, 2013) ― In  continuity  to  create constructive debate  around core issues that concerns Palestinian society and the region and in line with its  vision to tackle the most sensitive issues  , Pal-Think for Strategic Studies organized a workshop on  Youth of Palestine: Between Moderation and Extremism.” The workshop was organized in cooperation with the Center for ... Read More »

Seminar on “Promoting grass-roots and international efforts toward the risks of nuclear weapons in the Middle East and the problems of proliferation”

Pal-Think Center for Strategic Studies Seminar on “Promoting grass-roots and international efforts toward the risks of nuclear weapons in the Middle East and the problems of  proliferation”. Monday, 12 November, 2012 – Gaza –  The Pal-Think Center for Strategic Studies aims to promote critical thinking and constructive discussion of the issues of concern to the Palestinian situation. Pal-Think held a ... Read More »

A Seminar Entitled “Promoting Grass-Roots and International Efforts Toward the Risks of Nuclear Weapons in the Middle East and the Problems of Proliferation”

Monday, 12 November, 2012 – Gaza The Pal-Think Center for Strategic Studies aims to promote critical thinking and constructive discussion of the issues of concern to the Palestinian situation. Pal-Think held a seminar on the possibility of freeing the Middle East from nuclear weapons in the Al-Quds International Hotel in Gaza in the presence of many dignitaries, academics and professionals, ... Read More »

Conference “The Gaza Blockade: addressing consequences and recovery strategies”

  Urgent Efforts are Needed from the International Community to end the Gaza Blockade Monday 22nd, Oct, 2012-Gaza In cooperation with the Heinrich Böll Stiftung, Pal-Think for Strategic Studies held a conference entitled “The Gaza Blockade: Addressing Consequences and Recovery Strategies “.Civil society representatives, analysts, academics and other interested stakeholders attended. The conference aimed focused on strategies to overcome the ... Read More »

A Conference on “The Gaza Blockade: Addressing Consequences and Recovery Strategies”

[gn_note color=”#fdf3b2″] Urgent Efforts are Needed from the International Community to end the Gaza Blockade [/gn_note] Monday 22nd, Oct, 2012-Gaza In cooperation with the Heinrich Böll Stiftung, Pal-Think for Strategic Studies held a conference entitled “The Gaza Blockade: Addressing Consequences and Recovery Strategies “.Civil society representatives, analysts, academics and other interested stakeholders attended. The conference aimed focused on strategies to ... Read More »

The Palestinian Think and Do Tank Group

“The Palestinian Think and Do Tank Group” is a strategic thinking team aims to discuss and study in-depth the challenges that confront the Palestinian society at the present, in the near and midterm future in several fields such as education, economy, politics, private sector, and social issues. It enriches the public debate on  core issues that concern the Palestinian community ... Read More »

International Aid to Palestine, Lessons and Implications

Gaza,  1st of November 2011 Introduction That aid is given with a political, cultural, social or ideological motive behind it is no secret. The seminar wanted to focus on how to use the aid given to the benefit of the Palestinian people, meaning a more efficient, transparent project funding and aid system. PalThink organised the seminar to encourage rational and ... Read More »

New Study: Two Years since Sharm Elsheikh Donors Conference Reconstruction of Gaza Strip has not Resumed Yet

Gaza- Monday, 4 April 2011 In a conference held in Gaza, Pal-Think for Strategic Studies discussed the sectoral needs and the pledges of the donor countries for reconstruction. Six papers tackled  the issue of reconstruction were introduced. Economists and civil society activists called for keeping the reconstruction of Gaza Strip away from the political agendas, and forming an independent committee ... Read More »

Where Does the PA Stand these days? Neither Dismantling The PA Nor The Resignation of President Abbass is Considered!

Palthink for Strategic Studies organized on Wednesday 15th of December 2010 in Gaza a roundtable discussion entitled “the The Palestinian Israeli peace talks …. What are the options “.  This workshop aimed at exploring the possible alternatives for  PA after Israel’s refusal to freeze settlements activities and USA’ regression to put pressure on Israel.  The session was moderated by director ... Read More »