Displaying items by tag: international human rights law - CIDSE
CIDSE, together with 32 International, European, Israeli and Palestinian civil society organisations, sent yesteday a joint letter to the High Representative / Vice President Federica Mogherini and the EU Ministers of Foreign Affairs, expressing serious concern about the forthcoming US Administration’s plan for the Middle East.
EuroMed Rights and CIDSE joint letter to Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
The Israeli Civil Administration has signalled advancements to forcibly transfer the entire Palestinian Bedouin community of Khan al Ahmar, located in the central West Bank, east of Jerusalem. The forcible transfer of the village would constitute a war crime under the Fourth Geneva Convention and it would set a precedent to dozens of other Palestinian communities facing similar risks.
A Reader on the Forced Internal Displacement of Palestinians in the Occupied Palestinian Territory and Israel, January 2017. (available in EN /FR / NL + GE-Executive Summary)
There will be no deus ex machina to save the two state solution – so what is Europe waiting for? Now is the time for a consistent and bold policy which conditions further relations with Israel on respect for international law.
The EU gives carrots to Israel while it gives the stick to Palestinians
EU must push for respect of international law at Middle East Quartet meeting, Catholic development agencies say
Today (31 October 2011), during its General Conference, UNESCO will vote on Palestine’s application to join the UN’s education, science and culture body.
Brussels donor meeting: Israel cannot tell Palestine to develop more under occupation, CIDSE says