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In Response to Israeli Allegations. PCHR Categorically Refuses Implications It Would Substitute PA in Patients’ Travel Coordination

Ref: 54/2020 Date: 09 June 2020 Time: 09:00 GMT   A news report was released yesterday in Israeli media suggesting that Israel has reached an alternative coordination mechanism with Gaza through the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR), following the Palestinian National Authority’s (PA) decision to end security coordination with Israel. PCHR condemns without reservation and in the strongest terms the Israeli occupation authorities’ political propaganda to undermine the PA by promoting the Centre as an alternative. PCHR categorically refuses such insinuations and holds the Israeli occupation fully responsible for the lives of Palestinian patients in the Gaza Strip who are in dire need...

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PCHR Organizes Digital Dialogue Session on Freedom of Expression and Investigative Reporting

Ref: 24/2020 Date: 09 June 2020   Several experts and specialists emphasized the importance of promoting investigative journalism and training journalists on its standards according to the applicable laws, especially in light of the state of emergency declared in the occupied Palestinian territories (oPt). Participants in the dialogue session on "freedom of expression and investigative reporting " organized by PCHR on Tuesday, 09 June 2020, stressed the importance of such a session in promoting awareness of this issue and called upon PCHR to enhance its awareness raising efforts on freedom of expression and its limitations. The dialogue session was conducted via Zoom and broadcast...

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