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Our Mission

Educating and empowering students through practical training, and enabling them to gain a well-rounded understanding of law towards promoting awareness of international human rights and humanitarian law among the wider Palestinian society.  AQHRC believes that students are vessels of knowledge and effective agents of change at university, at their homes, and in their future work.  It is vital that students are equipped with a firm understanding of the legal nature of their living situation and how it is placed within international law. This serves to decrease the feeling of powerlessness amongst the Palestinians and work to prevent a brain-drain in Palestine.  

 

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Legal Clinic/ Hebron University – Hebron

Overview:

Hebron University Legal Clinic was established based on a grant from the United Nations Development Programme in Palestine, and other donors, in September 2011.

The Clinic seeks to build the capacity of students to practice law before graduation in order to move to the market equipped with practical lawyering skills. Through the Clinic, student-lawyers assist marginalized groups in the society, who could not afford paying lawyers, with pro-bono legal assistance. In addition, the Clinic constitutes the hub for legal research, teaching and rights activism in HU and in Palestine.

The Clinic offers a wide-range of legal services on variety of legal fields, such as criminal justice, juvenile justice, women rights, labor law, disability, human rights, civil law and humanitarian law. It works in partnership with local non-governmental organizations, governmental institutions and international organizations.

Contact:

Yaser Arafat Students Activities Building, Hebron University, Hebron, Palestine

P.O. Pox: 40, Hebron, Palestine

Tel.: +972 (2) 222 0995 (ext. 296)

Fax: +972 (2) 222 9303

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Web.: http://www.hebron.edu/LegalClinic/index.php/en/

 

Legal Clinic/ An-Najah National University – Nablus

Overview:

The legal clinic at An-Najah National University was established in early 2010 , it’s a team of students trained to provide free legal services and consultations under the supervision of a group of specialists professors in all legal fields, particularly those related to humans ,and their rights.

As it represents a link between the legal theories and the practical professional life, it also came to improve the quality of human rights in society and to strengthen the role of law, which in turn contributes to restore the confidence in the Palestinian legal and judiciary system.

The communication that the legal clinic creates between the community members in general and poor and marginalized people in particular, has an important role in improving access to justice and improving the legal system to achieve a better reality.

Vission:

From the free legal services that the legal clinic provide, and from her job as a free charge representative of the poor and needy people in front of the Palestinian legal system, it aims to strengthen the role of law and protect human rights, to restore the confidence in the Palestinian legal system to get a better justice, all of that come through train the students to integrate into the society, to improve it and to help the people in it.

Goals:

Through the legal clinic vision, the clinic is seeking to achieve two main goals:

1)      Disseminate the legal culture in the Palestinian community, and provide free legal services and consultations to poor and needy people of it, all of the that to achieve better legal system.

2)      Integrate the students into society, and to combine between legal theories and practical life, by helping them and training them to provide legal services and consultations, to promote the idea of teamwork and consolidate the work ethics, and to dedicate the principles of volunteerism in the society.

Contact:

Nablus- Sofian Street -Shennar Building - 6th Floor

Tel/ Fax : +(972)(0)92383211

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 Web.:  http://www.najah.edu/node/30457

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Legal Clinic/ Al-Azhar University – Gaza

    Contact:

Tel:  08-2843467

Web.: http://legalclinic.alazhar.edu.ps/Main.aspx

http://www.facebook.com/AzharLegalClinic

 

Lecal Clinic (Legal Assistant & Consultant Unit)/ Islamic University – Gaza

   Contact:

Tel.: 970 (8) 2860700 ext.2223

Fax: +970 (8) 2860800

 Mobile:0598683842

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Web. : http://legalclinic.iugaza.edu.ps

 

Legal Clinic  / Al-Istiqlal University  - Jericho 

Contact: 

Tel: +972  02 2322194

Fax: +972 02 2322197

e-mail:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   

Web.: http://legalclinic.pass.ps/site/index.php?action=show_page&ID=1&lang=ar&cat=1/

 

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