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Conferences and Symposia convened in 2001

 ATF initiated a group of discussion activities aiming at providing a democratic forum to all levels of Palestinian decision-makers, including Palestinian National Authority officials, independents and opposition parties. Critical issues are discussed and analyzed in these forums, while findings and important recommendations are disseminated to all concerned parties



Main Speakers

Zoning and Land use in Palestine

8 September 2001

Means of Promoting Palestinian Health Services

26 December 2001

Dr.Basem Alremawe, Ministry of Health, Dr. Kamel Zeyna, Union of Palestinian Health Work Committees, Fayeq Husain , Palestinian Red Crescent Society , Waleed Obeidallah, Ministry of Health, Wael Abu Arafeh, Urologists Association , Bassam Abu Libdeh, Al-Makassed Hospital

Needs of House Demolition Victims

11 December 2001

Adnan Abu Ayash, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Housing Waleed Hamad, Mayor of Al-Bireh, Abedel Rahem Taha , Deputy Minister, Abdel Raheem Taha, Parliamentary Research Unit, PLC

Developing Palestinian Health Services

7 Nov 2001

Dr. Waleed Abeed Allah, Dr. Basem Al-Remawe, Dr. Kamel Zeyna, Dr. Wa el Abu Arafeh, Dr. Bassam Abu Lebdeh

Meeting with Jerusalemite Journalists

8 July 2001

Pharmaceutical Industry

7 July 2001

The debate included Walid Obeid Allah, (General Directed, Ministry of Health), and Mohammad Masruji, Head, Union of drug factories, in addition to 8 telephone participants

Education during the Intifada

26 June 2001

Rehabilitation of the Handicapped

24 April 2001

Palestinian Human Rights Organizations

10 February 2001

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