Policy Papers and Publications

What Future for the Gaza Strip in the Next Five Years?

Since the Palestinian division occurred in June 2007, the Gaza Strip has become a geographical area with a political and…

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Guide of Gender-based research papers

What is the guide about? The young get confused when they start writing an essay, a research, or a study…

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New Release: Youth creativity: Gender’s Issues

English Brief This brief is part of the activities of the “Young Gender-equality Research Chapter” project implemented by Palthink for…

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Policy Paper: The impact of the Corona crisis on the economic sectors in the Gaza Strip

Introduction: The economy of Palestine is led to a recession and has had serious ramifications–mostly in a time of COVID-19…

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Health crisis: Challenges facing cancer patients, become worse and more complicated during the pandemic of COVID19

Overview: It’s not easy to be sick with cancer, and it’s even more difficult in the Gaza Strip, which has…

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Policy Paper: The Rwandan Experience: How Palestine Can Benefit from It

The Rwandan experience accomplished a success in dealing with conflicts, making an example for countries that are suffering from civil…

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Policy paper: Palestinian Non-Violence Examples in facing internal disputes

Introduction Throughout history, Palestinian non-violence culture was based on a large historical stock of tolerance and coexistence within the Palestinian community. Over time,…

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‘Palestine 2030’ Strategic Report

The Palestine Strategy Group (PSG) in cooperation with PalThink for Strategic Studis and Madar center launched the ‘Palestine 2030 –…

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Research papers on international experiences in Non-violence

First paper: Building Culture of Nonviolence in Croatia: Lessons learnt from Volunteers Project Pakrac & Peace Teams Osijek By: Goran…

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The Implications of Israeli Elections on Palestinians

Abstract The results of the recent Israeli elections that took place on 9 April 2019 clearly indicated that reaching peace…

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