|Dera’a Goes Green|
|15 April 2009|
‘During spring and early summer the Syrian countryside blossoms. From the rolling hills in its northern limits to its vast southern plains, Syrian countryside is covered in a wash of colour,’ says Lubna, a young UNRWA teacher, to her class of eight to ten year olds.
|Syria: Palestinian Refugee Women Under Humanitarian International Law|
|12 March 2009|
As part of Syria’s celebration of International Women’s Day, the Syrian Authority for Family Affairs yesterday hosted a conference at the Syrian Opera House on the subject of the status of Palestinian refugee women under international humanitarian law.
|School Children Say It With Colour|
|09 March 2009|
Students at the Marka and Zarqa schools in Jordan this week put their best artistic skills into action in support of UNIFEM's campaign against violence against women, and to express their ideas and feelings about the issue.
|To Gaza With Love|
|01 February 2009|
Few could not have been moved by the shocking images and reports of the grave humanitarian situation in Gaza that emerged following Israel’s three week offensive.
|Letters from Gaza (17) ...Migrations Within the Camp|
|31 December 2008|
My children and I were very frightened by the sound of the airplanes and the bombings, so we decided to stay a few nights with my husband's family.
|Letters from Gaza (7) …Thinking and Knowing|
|02 March 2008|
Have you ever lived knowing this moment might be your last? Each day in Gaza, we live with this reality.
|Letters from Gaza (3) …No Expectations|
|21 February 2008|
All around the world there are people, and organizations, who believe in human rights. Are we in Gaza included in the group of "human beings", or are we excluded from the ranks of those who should enjoy such rights?
|Letters from Gaza (2) …an Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away|
|05 February 2008|
I have to admit I’m addicted to apples. But with Gaza under siege, fruit isn’t allowed into Gaza… and I can’t feed my addiction.
|Letters from Gaza (1) …Without Electricity or Water|
|15 January 2008|
Two complete days without electricity or water. My kids are bored, and I’ve run out of ideas to make them have fun.