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LPHR Student Network film screening of Stone Cold Justice with special guest speakers Sir Geoffrey Bindman QC and Jude Lanchin

LPHR launch its Rule of Law and Human Rights Blog 

Urgent Action: LPHR writes to Foreign Secretary, William Hague MP, on the current situation in Yarmouk refugee camp, Syria

LPHR and Defence for Children International Palestine launch the “Know Your Rights” campaign for Palestinian children

LPHR complaint against conduct of the security group G4S in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory

Urgent Action: LPHR writes to Foreign Secretary, William Hague MP, on the proposed mass forced displacement of Palestinian Arab Bedouin citizens of Israel

Urgent Action: LPHR writes to Foreign & Commonwealth Office on the forcible transfer of Palestinian children in violation of the Fourth Geneva Convention

Urgent Action: LPHR writes to Foreign Secretary, William Hague MP, on Palestinian Prisoners and Administrative Detention

Urgent Action: LPHR writes to Foreign Secretary, William Hague MP, on the current situation in Yarmouk refugee camp, Syria

The Independent publishes LPHR’s letter on the current situation in Gaza

Urgent Action: LPHR writes to Foreign Secretary, William Hague MP, on the current situation in Gaza

LPHR public statement on the current military offensive on Gaza

LPHR Newsletter Edition No.2

LPHR Newsletter Edition No.1

 



 

 



 

 

Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights (LPHR) is a rule of law focused human rights organisation which became a charity in 2011. Membership is open to anyone, but particularly those with an interest in the legal, rather than political, issues relating to Palestinian human rights. 

LPHR works, both in the UK and abroad, on legal issues focused on protecting and promoting Palestinian human rights, with a special focus on Palestinians living under Israeli occupation in the West Bank (including East Jerusalem) and Gaza Strip. It pursues its goals through a combination of human rights education and advocacy, research and monitoring projects, technical and legal advice, lobbying, and utilising human rights mechanisms of domestic and international institutions. Where possible it takes its lead from, and co-ordinates its work with, lawyers and human rights organisations in the region. 

LPHR is a membership organisation. To join us, click here.

LPHR Rule of Law and Human Rights Blog latest posts:

Running for the right to movement

Mental health, prolonged occupation and human rights

The accountability of Do-Gooders in Palestine

The rights of Palestinian children in the Occupied West Bank under arrest and detention

The law of apartheid: Israel and Palestine

Mind the (refugee status) gap

Scarlett, SodaStream and Settlements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special thanks to the Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI) for their kind permission to reproduce their photographs (NOTE: not all photographs are from the EAPPI).