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Title: Advocating for Palestinian rights in conformity with international law : guidelines
Other Titles: القانون و السياسة : الخيارات و الإستراتيجيات التي يتيحها القانون الدولي لفلسطين : مؤتمر القانون الدولي الذي نظمه معهد الحقوق في جامعة بيرزيت، و الإئتلاف الأهلي للحقوق الفلسطينية في القدس و مشروع تفكيك االإستعمار في فلسطين : عقد في حرم جامعة بيرزيت على مدى يومي 8-9 أيار / مايو 2013 : ملخص وقائع المؤتمر و النتائج التي خلص إليها
Authors: Birzeit University. Institute of Law
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Birzeit University, Institute of Law
Abstract: This guide is an outcome of the conference “Options and Strategies of International Law for the Palestinian People” held at the Birzeit University Institute of Law in May 2013.1 It aims to help nonlawyers understand and apply international law to Israel’s oppressive regime over the entire Palestinian people: those in the Occupied Palestinian Territory since 1967 (OPT), Palestinian citizens of Israel and the refugees since 1948. It explains briefly: 1) Why speaking only about “occupation” is not enough; 2) Why we should rather speak about (settler) colonialism, population transfer (ethnic cleansing) and apartheid, in addition to occupation; 3) How we can do so in accordance with international law; and, 4) Why colonialism, population transfer and apartheid, as legal frameworks, are helpful for building pressure on third parties to take action against Israel’s oppressive regime.
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