Haifa 13/11/13 - After almost three years of preparation the Mossawa Center, along with it partners, Laykia Women's Association, Sidreh and Filastiniyat have sent a delegation of 9 Palestinian women and youth from the Negev (Bedouin) and the West Bank who will be hosted in Berlin by the Heinrich Boell Stiftung until November 19th, as part of the Empowering the Periphery Project.
Haifa 13/11/13 - A court hearing was held today in the Haifa district court on the sentencing of the Shfamer residents involved in the death of the terrorist Eden Natan-Zada who killed four people on a bus en route to Shfamer and injured 20 others in 2005.
Haifa 08/11/13 ---- On Friday, November 15th, 2013, the Mossawa Center will host a study day on Palestinian culture in Israel entitled "Our Culture in the World of Cultural Pluralities". The conference, organized by the Mossawa Center and supported by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and the European Union, will be attended by experts in culture, and professionals in visual arts, performance arts, literature and folklore from all over the country as well as media and members of the international community.
On Friday, September 27th, 2013, the Mossawa Center will host its annual legal conference, entitled "The Legal Status of the Arab Citizens in Israel".The conference, organized by the Mossawa Center in cooperation with the Northern district of the Bar Association, will be attended by legal groups, politicians, ambassadors, academics, lawyers and jurists from all over the country.
During its summer session; the 19th Knesset approved a series of bills that will deepen the discrimination against the Arab community. The previous Knesset already approved a series of laws that discriminate against Arab society, and since the current