Al-Shabaka was proud to be an AFSC partner together PalVision and Baladna, and we are very happy to share the papers and other output produced by Palestinian youth, which tackled the question of overcoming Palestinian political and social fragmentation, the right to freedom of movement, and pursuing accountability for Israel's violations of human rights, among other areas:
Al-Shabaka: The Palestinian Policy Network, a leading online think tank, is seeking to expand its policy fellow program. The organization is also seeking a part-time commissioning editor to begin in April.
Al-Shabaka mourns the passing of Naseer Aruri, one of its first Policy Advisors and a dear friend and mentor to many of its network members. Naseer was born in Jerusalem, Palestine, in 1934 and came to the United States in 1954. A Chancellor Professor of Political Science at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, he dedicated…
Al-Shabaka mourns the passing of its Board Member and Policy Advisor Victor Kashkoush on 31 May 2012, after a long battle with cancer. Victor joined the Board in 2011 shortly after the organization was founded, bringing a wealth of institution-building skills at a critical time and making a valued contribution. He continued to provide advice and support even when his health was failing.
Al-Shabaka, the Palestinian Policy Network, is pleased to announce its resource network of nearly 50 policy advisors -- scholars, professionals, and activists -- from the Middle East, the United States, Canada, and Europe.
Al-Shabaka was launched in April 2010 as the first independent, global, policy-related Palestinian organization. It is an Internet-based, transnational think tank -- crossing borders to draw on and benefit from the diverse experiences of Palestinians around the world.