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Title: Human rights and governance cluster report
Authors: Khalil, Asem 
Ayyad, Zeina 
Khader, Lana 
Keywords: Human rights - Jerusalem;Governance - Jerusalem;Jerusalem - Legal status;International humanitarian law - Jerusalem;Citizenship - law and legislation - Jerusalem;Jerusalem - Politics and government - Israeli occupation, 1967-
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Palestine Economic Policy Research Institute - MAS
Abstract: The Objective of this report is to provide an updated Jerusalem human rights and governance cluster sector report, to furnish the ground for delineating concrete policies and feasible sector program and project interventions to face sector challenges and shortcomings. The scope of this human rights and governance overview focused: First, Human Rights, with special focus on residency and citizenship in occupied East Jerusalem, protected persons under International Humanitarian Law, and rights of Palestinian Jerusalemites under IHRL. Second, governance, with special focus on power relations and accountability. The report then presents the priority challenges and interventions, including, legal support and services; credible information and research; mobilization and advocacy; and the new possibilities by International Criminal Law.
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