The General Delegation of Palestine is pleased to present its newsletter, for the month of November. This edition highlights the Palestine Independence Day and the event to commemorate the UN International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, in Canberra and New Zealand.
On the third of December, all countries around the world celebrate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. This day has been approved by the United Nations since 1992 to support people with disabilities, to promote the full and equal participation of persons with disabilities and to take action for...
(November 19, 2020): "The visit of US Secretary to the occupied West Bank is a last ditch effort by the outgoing US administration to entrench its pattern of criminality, illegality, and direct complicity in the colonization of Palestine and dispossession of our people.
The UN Agency, which supports 5.7 million Palestine refugees in the Middle East, announced it needs US$ 70 million this month to pay its staff, continue education and health services amidst pandemic
The General Delegation of Palestine is pleased to present its newsletter, for the month of October. This edition highlights the recent DFAT funding cut to UNRWA, highlighting the significant impact that these funding cuts will have on the humanitarian assistance received by Palestinian refugees.
(November 2, 2020): It has been 103 years since the British government adopted a supremely arrogant, racist and colonialist promise to give away Palestine and willfully discard the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people. The catastrophic consequences of the Balfour Declaration have been our living reality since then.
The Consular Affairs Unit at the General Delegation of Palestine to Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific will be closed during the period from December 23/2020 to January 20/2020.