Lives and Livelihoods under Occupation: Israeli Policies & Practices in the OPT

Thursday, October 11th, 2018
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

The Institute for Global Security Law and Policy

1 hour of CLE credit has been approved

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Event Description

The presentation will discuss the impacts of restrictions on family unification, collective punishment, resource exploitation, and other policies used by Israel in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip. Cases will be examined in light of Israel’s duties as occupying power under international humanitarian law and international human rights law. Within the context of an absence of domestic recourse for Palestinians, the role of third states and multinational institutions in holding Israel accountable will also be examined. After 51 years of occupation, how can international law be used to end impunity?

Speaker Information

Marya Farah is a legal research consultant with Al-Haq, a human rights organization based in the West Bank. Prior to joining Al-Haq, she worked with the International Commission of Jurists in Geneva and Cairo. She has worked with a variety of NGOs working on human rights, refugee, and rule of law issues. She holds a Master of Public Policy and Juris Doctor.

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Event Location

Moot Courtroom (A59)
11075 East Blvd.
Cleveland, Ohio 44106

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Marya Farah
Legal Research Consultant, Al-Haq


Free and open to the public
Online registration available or register at the door

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