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Civil society in Palestine case studies

Rema Hammami

Civil society in Palestine case studies

by Rema Hammami

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Published by European University Institute in Badia Fiesolana, San Domenico (FI) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementRema Hammami, Jamil Hilal and Salim Tamari.
SeriesEUI working paper -- no.2001/36
ContributionsHilal, Jamil., Tamari, Salim., European University Institute., Robert Schuman Centre.
The Physical Object
Pagination53p. ;
Number of Pages53
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21358533M

The book is guided by two research questions that El Kurd answers, using Palestine as the central case: “What demobilizes a once-mobilized society?” and “How does international involvement amplify or suppress these dynamics?” (p. 4). Civil society in the Palestinian territories faces a wide range of challenges. Its scope for action is increasingly limited. This is due in part to restrictions imposed by the Israeli military administration and the Palestinian authorities. On top of this, the conditions laid down by international donors are leading to further constraints.

1 TOR – Mapping Study of Civil Society in Palestine Update and Completion of the Mapping ENPI// 1. Background Information Beneficiaries The Office of the EU Representative to West Bank, Gaza Strip and UNRWA (EUREP), international. ian context. The study identifies and analyzes the three phases of Palestinian society development which are social formations prior to the creation of the State of Israel in Palestine in , the emergence of civil society structures in the s and s including nationalist and Islamist grassroots organizations, and.

civil and political society during those years of di‐ rect Israeli military occupation, saying, “Palestini‐ an civil society in the s was based on the goals and aspirations of Palestinian political soci‐ ety” (p. 35). Although Jamal sees this collusion primarily among associations that support the Authority.   Yet, even then, the course of events was not straightforward and Regan charts the debates within the British government and the Zionist movement itself on the future of Palestine. The book also provides a revealing account of life in Palestinian society at the time, paying particular attention to the responses of Palestinian civil society to.


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