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PCHR Organizes Workshop Titled: “Reality of Public Utilities in the Gaza Strip: Green Zone as An Example”

Ref: 09/2020 On 02 March 2020, the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) organized in its Head office in Gaza City a workshop titled: “ The Reality Of Public Utilities In The Gaza Strip: Green Zone As An Example. ” The workshop was attended by specialists representing local councils, the Ministry of Local Government, civil society organizations, and media. The workshop highlighted the local councils’ encroachment of the green zones to be used as private properties. Fadel al-Muzaini, researcher at PCHR's Economic and Social Rights Unit, opened the workshop by pointing out that the workshop came as part of PCHR’s efforts to follow up...

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