Your article headlined, “UN organisation erases Holocaust from Palestinian textbooks in Jordan” is based entirely on an article in the Jordan Times which erroneously quotes the UNRWA Director of Operations in Jordan.
No Sharp Objects, an UNRWA documentary that follows a group of Gazan teenagers as they take a remarkable journey to the United States, won the award for Best Film (Human Rights) at the We the Peoples Film Festival in London last month.
Three hundred members of the Young Presidents’ Organization and World Presidents’ Organization visited three refugee camps in Jordan last month, where they met representatives of UNRWA’s school parliaments.
To mark United Nations Day UNRWA has launched a new multimedia micro-site that invites visitors into the lives of Palestine refugees. The site features a series of short films from UNRWA's five fields of operation.
The International Labour Organization (ILO) and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine refugees (UNRWA) welcome the developments in parliament yesterday regarding the socio-economic rights of Palestinians.
Ten top performing students in UNRWA’s human rights exams are heading for Norway on a visit funded by the Norwegian Government. They left Gaza accompanied by three teachers on 31 July and will return on 8 August.