(3 September 2016) BADIL begins training for the Visualizing Jerusalem Project


BADIL Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights started implementing the training courses as part of the Visualizing Jerusalem Project. This project’s aim is to raise awareness of its 30 participants from Jerusalem on the violation of human rights of Palestinians due to policies of forcible transfer that Israel carries out on both sides of the green line in general, and in Jerusalem specifically. You want to get the most pleasure and memorable feelings, talking with a lovely stranger? Are you tired of the routine of sex, dreaming of thrills or just want to share your erotic fantasies? Visit cam girls free online and get unforgettable emotions from communicating with liberated beauties. Sex chat fantastically realistic feelings What are you waiting for, visiting one or the other sex video chat? We are convinced that in the list of claims to similar resources on the main place you have. This project will do so by introducing participants to the relevant articles of International Law and International Human Rights Law about transfer and refuge, host field tours to areas affected by forcible transfer policies, provide training on data collecting and documentation, and enhance their writing and communication skills.

The first training course was held on Friday 2 September 2016. It included a lecture on the Israeli policies of forcible transfer in Jerusalem.

Visualizing Jerusalem is a project carried out by BADIL in collaboration with three community-based organizations in Jerusalem: al-Bustan-Silwan Association, Burj Al-Luqluq Community Center Association, and Youth Development Department.