Hannah Wright (Palestine)


Hannah Wright

Hannah Wright: Hannah received her BA in philosophy, politics and economics from University of Oxford in 2005. She went on to teach English in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and worked in Project Management for the British Civil Service. Hannah has had a keen interest in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict since her first visit to the region in 2002. At the time of her fellowship, she was studying for a MS in gender and international relations at the University of Bristol in the UK, and also studying Arabic. After her fellowship, Hannah wrote: "I felt that blogging and producing articles for the British media was one of the most important things I did, because while there is a lot of information available in Britain about the situation in Palestine, very little of it comes directly from people on the ground speaking about their own experiences. I feel this is a very important aspect of international advocacy."



02 Sep

Salam

As promised, a final video from the summer. I will let Salam do the talking.

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Posted Sep 02, 2008

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27 Aug

Through Western Eyes

With just a few days of my Fellowship to go, I am beginning to summarise

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Posted Aug 27, 2008

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19 Aug

“…But what kind of women’s rights?”

When I visited WATC member organisation the Union of Palestinian Women’s Work Committees (UPWWC or

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Posted Aug 19, 2008

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15 Aug

Ni’lin Women Against the Wall

On Wednesday 23rd July, the women in Ni’lin village organised their first all-women demonstration against

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Posted Aug 15, 2008

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11 Aug

Women’s Struggle

On my next stop on my tour of WATC’s member organisations, I was lucky enough

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Posted Aug 11, 2008

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07 Aug

“Why is a boy better than me?”

Since arriving at WATC I have found that the area in which AP can offer

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Posted Aug 07, 2008

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30 Jul

The Gaze of a Cold Glass Eye

Sitting down to write this blog I don’t know quite where to begin. I have

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Posted Jul 30, 2008

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25 Jun

Celebrating Sanabel

This week, WATC launched a book entitled “Northern Sanabel” (سنابل شمالية). The word “sanabel” refers

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Posted Jun 25, 2008

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20 Jun

There is No “I” in “Women”

This week I visited Mazari’ An-Nubani (مزارع النوباني), a village close to Ramallah with a

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Posted Jun 20, 2008

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16 Jun

Why Care About Women’s Rights?

Advocating for women’s rights from the Occupied Palestinian Territories is hard. The audience for news

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Posted Jun 16, 2008

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14 Jun

Wall Fatigue

On Wednesday I visited Tulkarim (طُولكَرِم), a governate in the north of the West Bank

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Posted Jun 14, 2008

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06 Jun

First Impressions

I arrived in Tel Aviv in the early hours of Monday morning, tired and nervous

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Posted Jun 06, 2008

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29 May

Closer to Reality

Parked on my sofa, watching the television news whilst flicking through another academic journal, Palestine

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Posted May 29, 2008

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