L’association Land Defense Coalition est Fondée en 2014 Palestine et 1 autre(s) régions et spécialisée dans les secteurs Droits de l’Homme autres.
Wiki & Informations Land Defense Coalition
- Dénomination : Land Defense Coalition
- L’association est aussi connue sous le nom de : LDC
- Fondée en 2014 Palestine et 1 autre(s) régions
- Adresse : – PECDAR Street, Um Sharait, al Bireh City, Ramallah.
L’association Land Defense Coalition opère dans les secteurs suivantes : Droits de l’Homme autres.
Membres et structure
- Structure : – Association
- Membre de : –
Président(e) de l’association : Suhail Salman Vis-à-vis avec l’association : Jamal Juma
Description de l’association
LDC has been involved in ongoing campaigns, protests and actions to defend the rights of the Palestinian people against Israeli occupation, colonialism and apartheid as well as against neoliberal policies promoted by the Palestinian authorities, which effectively weaken the capacity of the Palestinian people to resist Israeli violations of their rights.
Build a broad popular social movement for the defence of the land and resource rights of the people. Strengthen the popular steadfastness in the threatened areas in the face of Israeli policies of displacement and land and water theft. Strengthen the institutional structure of the LDC and its members to meet the challenges of their work with effectiveness and efficiency.
Stop the Wall was launched in 2002 to unite the struggle of the popular committees in the villages, refugee camps and cities struggling against the Wall and the settlements and the efforts of Palestinian civil society. It consists of 10 regional popular committees, which together represent up to 100 communities throughout the West Bank.
Founded in 1993 as a mass based voluntary union for Palestinian farmers, it represents farmers, organizes them and defends their interests and rights throughout the entire agricultural process, including production, marketing and resource mobilization. It represents up to 6,000 individual farmers and 56 cooperatives (total of 4,000 members) in the West Bank and Gaza.
Founded in 2012, the New Unions represent workers in all West Bank districts. Its main aims are to build an independent trade union movement that promotes democracy and human rights and defends workers rights in front of factory owners and the Israeli occupation.
The youth have been organizing anti-normalization activities, protests against Israeli policies, support for the prisoners and many initiatives of voluntary work, especially in areas where land or water resources are under threat of confiscation by the Israeli authorities.
This women’s group wasestablishedin 2002 and isworking to support and empowerwomen and protecttheirrights in all areas of their life, and to buildtheircapacities to take a moreproactive role in politics and in the economic and social sphere.
Founded in 2011, the Association is based in Nablus and operates in the northern West Bank in order to defend farmers’ rights in the court systems, it promotes the role of women farmers in society and promotes modern and sustainable agricultural methods.
The Jordan Valley Popular Councilworks as an independent body that aims to unite the voices of the Jordan Valley , express their demands to governmental, nongovernmental, national and international organizations.
Land Defense Coalition is composed of two boards:
First, is the official one composed of seven members under which the LDC is registered. These seven members represent three organizations, PalestinianWomenDevelopment Center, Association Jadayel, and the PalestinianFarmers Society. LDC registeredwithonlythreeorganizations in order to avoidlonger more complicatedprocedures. This boardmeetsannually. The organizations and subsequentindividualrepresentativesinvolvedinclude:
1- PalestinianWomenDevelopment Center (PWDC),represented by twowomen
2– Association Jadayel/The Palestinian Center for culture, arts and creativity.Represented by twoyouth
3- PalestinianFarmers Society/ Tulkarem, Represented by:
Second; The acting Board, whichmeetsmonthly, isformed by representativefrom the followingmemberorganizations: STW, PFU, New Unions, Jordan Valley Council, in addition to threerepresentativesfrom the official board.