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Break down barriers like Janna Jihad

“I have to be the voice of Palestinian children who can send their message to the world” Janna Jihad is know for being Palestine’s youngest ever journalist. Living in the occupied West Bank, at just 12 years old, she live-reports violence against Palestinians during protests using her mother’s IPhone. Her…

Book Release: The Interpal Story

Get your copy of ‘The Interpal Story’ Working on the issue of Palestine brings about much scrutiny and criticism for organisations and individuals. Interpal has faced accusations, attempts to hinder its work and detractors since the charity began in 1994 and this book tells the true story of the charity…

Meet Diana from Gaza, she’s #NoOrdinaryWoman

Diana Ali is 19 years old and is living with her parents, three sisters and two brothers in Gaza. Diana suffers from Hemiplegia, or paralysis of the lower body. This means that her mobility is impaired and she requires some assistance with personal care tasks. Diana’s two sisters are also…

Get inspired by Hanan Al Hroub

“I am proud to be a Palestinian female teacher standing on this stage. I accept this as a win for all teachers in general and Palestinian teachers in particular.” Hanan grew up in refugee camp in Bethlehem and was regularly exposed to violence. She went into primary education after her…

Treasures in a Place of Siege: Yousra’s Story

For our series Treasures in a Place of Siege, we’ve asked women in Gaza to speak about objects in their lives that hold great importance to them. We learned that the things they cherish stand for more than what they first appear; they evoke memories of loss as well as…