PSCCW conducted a training session titled “Women’s Rights According to Applicable Laws in Palestinian Territories,” targeting 19 female preachers from the Nablus and Salfit governorates.
The Psychosocial Counseling Center for Women conducted a training session titled “Women’s Rights According to Applicable Laws in Palestinian Territories” with the participation of 19 female preachers from the Directorate of Endowments and Religious Affairs in the Nablus and Salfit governorates. The training was led by the center’s lawyer, Ms. Rawan Abu Ghaza, over a period of three days, with a total of 18 training hours.
The training covered the laws applicable to Palestinian women in the Palestinian territories, legal awareness, and providing knowledge about the services offered to abused women. It also introduced the providers of protection services for women and girls who have experienced violence and how to report complaints related to violence and abuse. The training also addressed the issue of gender-based violence.
This training is part of the project “Engaging Palestinian Women and Girls in Women, Peace, and Security Issues in the Occupied Palestinian Territories/ We Rise,” which is implemented in partnership with the Dutch War Child Foundation and funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.