|European Union and UNRWA highlight partnership at village of Al Walaja|
|21 March 2011|
EU Representative to the occupied Palestinian territory Christian Berger and UNRWA Commissioner-General Filippo Grandi today signed an agreement between the EU and UNRWA worth EUR 40million, during a special visit to the West Bank village of Al Walaja.
|“Animals in a zoo have a bigger cage than one they’re putting our family in”|
|02 March 2011|
Construction has already begun, with a long slash of exposed hillside visible for miles around. For Omar Hajajeh and his family, the bare earth is a sign of their uncertain future.
|Barrier Monitoring Unit|
|18 February 2011|
The Barrier Monitoring Unit aims to significantly improve the documentation of the West Bank Barrier's impacts on Palestine refugee communities, to strengthen advocacy for better access to land, livelihoods and services while building local capacity.
|Gated community: life inside the West Bank Barrier|
|27 July 2010|
The West Bank Barrier snakes around the villages of Biddu, Beit Surik and Beit Ijza, north west of Jerusalem, separating them from four nearby settlements – and much of their land.
|Six years on, Barrier casts shadow over West Bank life|
|09 July 2010|
Six years ago today the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled that the construction of the West Bank Barrier breaches international law. However, construction has continued, with 60 per cent of the Barrier’s planned route so far been completed.
|Life on the margins|
|27 May 2010|
For many Palestinians in the West Bank, Israeli measures have severely restricted people’s access to land, jobs and basic services, leaving refugees particularly vulnerable.
|Video: Family struggles in seam zone limbo|
|04 May 2010|
“I want to study to be a doctor,” 10-year-old Sally Mas’ud says, beaming. But Sally’s family live in the West Bank seam zone, between the Green Line and the Barrier, and access restrictions place increasing strains on her education.
|Video: West Bank Bedouin facing crisis|
|14 April 2010|
The Bedouin community of Um Al Khayr near Hebron lives mere metres away, on the other side of a high wire fence, from the Israeli settlement of Karmel. Though they share a hilltop, life for the residents of these two communities is a world apart.
|18 November 2009|
The West Bank covers 5,500 square kilometres with an estimated population of 2.4 million. A quarter of the refugees live in 19 recognised refugee camps, with most others in West Bank towns and villages.
|The Rubber-Tyre School|
|22 September 2009|
Khan Al Ahmar is no ordinary school. It is a school serving Bedouin children from various clans of the Jahalin tribe, all of them UNRWA-registered refugees who live on a dusty outcrop off the main road between Jerusalem and Jericho. This school is built entirely out of rubber tyres.