A new report unravelling the historical and legal discrepancies of the “2021-2022 Framework for Cooperation with the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA)” signed by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration on
Annual field report on the circumstances of Palestinian refugees in Syria during 2019. Prepared by group of researchers and in cooperation between the Palestinian Return Centre and the Action Group for Palestinians of Syria.
This report documents Israel's repression of the Great March of Return, based on a PRC submission to the United Nations Commission of Inquiry on the 2018 protests that began on March 30th in the Occupied Gaza Strip.
This paper seeks to uncover the inefficiencies and failures of UNRWA’s poverty reduction methods through the SSN and Microfinance programmes with the focus the Gazan refugees living in the Gaza/Jerash Camp as a case study as they are among the most impoverished refugees in Jordan
This report on Gazan refugees in Jordan, is the culmination of a nine-month investigation which included ethnographic fieldwork conducted in UNRWA-administered Palestinian refugee camps in Jordan. Gazan refugees were displaced to Jordan after the 1967 Israeli occupation and remained until today a stateless and marginalized
Joint Human Rights Report highlights the military campaign launched by the Syrian regime and its allies on the Yarmouk Camp for Palestinian refugees and area southern Damascus on 19 April 2018.
In this paper, Maya Hammad, PRC's Regional Researcher based in Amman discusses the the effects of increased bread prices on Palestinian refugees in Jordan as well as the consequences of Tump's UNRWA cuts. The report also includes interviews conducted with Gazan refugees in the
Based on interviews PRC conducted in Jordan; this report traces the story of a Palestinian refugee family fled Syria during the conflict.
The report examines the situation of the Palestinians of Syria for the period from July 2016 to the end of December 2016. It sheds light on the exacerbated situation endured by the Palestinians of Syria as a result of the raging warfare and the tragic
This report sheds light on the largely uncovered situation of the over 70,000 Palestinian refugees currently residing in Egypt. It is intended to provide a general overview of the Palestinian community in Egypt, a forgotten community that continues to face discriminatory laws and practices
This report presents an informative account of the Palestinian people in relation to the newly adopted Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This set of 17 goals and 169 targets is the globally agreed blueprint of the development agenda for the next fifteen years.
On the 25th of April 2016, the Palestinian Return Centre (PRC) organised a seminar in the UK Parliament to discuss the plight of Christians in Palestine. The event was hosted by Geraint Davies MP and speakers included: H.E. Ambassador Manuel Hassassian, the Palestinian Ambassador to
On Monday 21st March 2016, the Palestinian Return Centre (PRC) and SNP Friends of Palestine held a seminar in the House of Commons hosted and chaired by Tommy Sheppard MP. The seminar focused on the issues faced by the Palestinian refugees of Syria, in light
The Palestinian Return Centre (PRC) & Labour Friends of Palestine & the Middle East (LFPME) hosted a seminar at the House of Commons on 24th February 2016. The event focused on the obstacles Palestinian advocates face when criticising Israel and its policies. The discussion looked
On Monday, 25th January 2016, the Palestinian Return Centre (PRC) held a seminar in the Houses of Commons titled “Poverty in Palestinian Refugee Camps: Challenges and Prospects”. The event was hosted by MP Ben Bradshaw and focused on the adverse conditions that Palestinian refugees -
On the 68th anniversary of the Nakba, the round-table discussion focused on the possible mechanism to solve the Arab-Israeli conflict in light of International law and the UN resolutions. Speakers discussed how the history of the Nakba continues today with the plight of Palestinian refugees
This report reviews the evolution of events relating to Palestinians of Syria from January 2014 to July 2014. It contains all the information of interest to researchers, activists and local and international human rights organizations regarding the Palestinians of Syria.
This study attempts to draw attention to the conditions of Palestinian refugees in the Syrian uprising. It focuses on the composition of the refugees, their history and their political position, following the Syrian uprising. The plight of Palestinian refugees in Syria, during the unfolding civil
A core objective of Israel's policy in Gaza is to further fragment the Palestinian issue. This policy has been pursued with great success over the years. With Gaza the Palestinian issue has now been diverted to one about Islamic fundamentalism and terrorism. Israel has successfully
This survey "Poll" is considered a key study for Institutions, organizations and researchers interested in the Palestinian cause. It will help decision and policy makers to get a closer look on the views, thoughts and perception of Palestinian refugees in the camps of Syria and