Ramallah Campus

Saturday, June 1, 2019
Part of the Lecture

The Policy and Conflict Resolution Studies Center (PCRSC) at AAUP in Ramallah campus hosted a lecture entitled “Upcoming European Elections and their Effect on European Policies towards the Palestinian Case”. The director of the (PCRSC) Mrs. Rula Shahwan began the lecture by expressing the importance of this meeting and its consistency with the center’s strategic plan of hosting lecturers for various topics in political and analytical talks that benefits graduate students and the local community.

The lecture was given by Director of Konrad Adenauer in Palestine Mr. Marc Frings, and the European Studies Specialist Dr. Amjad Abu Al Izz. Mr. Frings introduced The European Parliament elections explaining the ways in which 751 representatives are elected and seats are distributed based on the population of each country in Europe. He proceeded to speak about the privileges the European Union provides its citizens, the importance of spreading European unity and encouraging the European public to participate in facing the rise of populist parties that challenge the European integration.

Monday, May 20, 2019
The University hosts an expert in health economics in a lecture for the Master students entitled "Health Economics and Finance in Palestine"

The Faculty of Graduate Studies hosted the advisor in health economics of the Palestinian National Institute for Public Health, Dr. Mohammed Khalif, in a lecture entitled "Health Economics and Finance in Palestine".

Dr. Mohammed Khalif discussed the development of health financing for comprehensive health coverage, noting that he is highly interested in research in the areas of health technology assessment, economic evaluation, quality of life and palliative care.

Saturday, May 11, 2019
Defense of Master Thesis by the researcher Jenin Wahib Abu Amouneh, student of strategic planning program.

The researcher, Jenin Wahib Abu Amouneh, a student in strategic planning program at Faculty of Graduate Studies at the University in Ramallah, discussed her MA thesis entitled "A Strategy overcome Gender Equality and the Situation of Palestinian Women in the Public Sector"

In her thesis, the researcher aimed to overcome gender inequality and the situation of Palestinian women in the public sector. A qualitative analysis was adopted to analyze gender discrimination in the workplace and a strategy to overcome gender discrimination in Palestine. The results of the research questions, which included questions on gender discrimination in the workplace, discussed the effects of sexual discrimination and ways to reduce them.

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