Rangineh Azimzadeh (Palestine)


Rangineh Azimzadeh

Rangineh Azimzadeh (Democracy Workers Rights Center - DWRC): Rangineh graduated cum laude from Portland State University with an undergraduate degree in Communications Studies. She then went abroad to Nicosia, Cyprus where she studied International Mediation and Conflict Resolution. Rangineh also lived and studied abroad in Iran and Italy, and served as a fellow for the Institute for International Public Policy from 2003-2007. She undertook intensive Arab language training at Middlebury College before entering the Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS) as a graduate student. While at MIIS Rangineh participated in a 3-week intensive winter practicum in Cambodia on peace building in a post-conflict society. After her fellowship, Rangineh wrote: “The field experience helped to recommit me to working in the region and on this conflict specifically. It increased my global awareness immensely and provided a critical opportunity for introspection.”



01 Sep

Remembering Ramallah

Less than a week after leaving Ramallah I am already missing Palestine. The experience was

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Posted Sep 01, 2009

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25 Aug

Al-Mahattah: Building Civil Society One Exhibit at a Time

Hafez Omar is one of seven visual artists that helped to found Al-Mahattah Art Gallery

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Posted Aug 25, 2009

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16 Aug

Jenin Refugee Camp

The past week has been filled with deep contemplation as to whether or not to

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Posted Aug 16, 2009

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10 Aug

Serving Injustice: The Story of Alaa Abu Daqqa

Avenue, a restaurant located in the Al-Masyoun area of Ramallah, is where Alaa Abu Daqqa used

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Posted Aug 10, 2009

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03 Aug

Breathing Bi’lin

He walked in from the blazing sun and quickly wiped his brow as sweat continued

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Posted Aug 03, 2009

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02 Aug

From A Professional to A Pillar: Baseme Bashir’s Story

After several attempts at trying to schedule an interview with Baseme Bashir, I was finally

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Posted Aug 02, 2009

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23 Jul

MOF Union Holds First Election

The Ministry of Finance Employees Union held its first elections in Ramallah on Tuesday which

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Posted Jul 23, 2009

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21 Jul

The Haunting Reality of Hebron

I thought it had to be a dream, but really, it was more like a

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Posted Jul 21, 2009

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12 Jul

DWRC: A Founder’s Story

In 1994, Hassan Barghouthi founded the Democracy and Workers Rights Center in Ramallah with the

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Posted Jul 12, 2009

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09 Jul

UNRWA Dismisses 312 Palestinian Workers

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East dismissed

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Posted Jul 09, 2009

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05 Jul

Mayor Ayman Nafi tells the story of Ni’lin Village

Ni’lin village, located in West Ramallah, is one of the most prominent villages speaking out

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Posted Jul 05, 2009

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30 Jun

The Hills of Southern Hebron

The village of Adierat is hidden within the desert hills of southern Hebron and if

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Posted Jun 30, 2009

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24 Jun

The guard asked me to please recite the Fatiha….

Jerusalem is an intriguing city which is divided into east and west and represents a

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Posted Jun 24, 2009

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22 Jun

Welcome to Palestine

Welcome to Palestine where there are no addresses, car horns are used like they are

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Posted Jun 22, 2009

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27 May

Onward to Ramallah

Two weeks before I am set to depart for Ramallah and I am sitting in

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Posted May 27, 2009

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