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The Wall -2007

New IPCC Publication on the Old City in Jerusalem

IPCC has published a new report entitled “Jerusalem The Old City: Urban Fabric and Geopolitical Implications”. The report is IPCC’s 17th volume on Jerusalem, supported by the Freidrich Ebert Stiftung (FES), and is the first to center in detail on the Old City. Sovereignty and control of the Old City is one of the main issues in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The study examines the state of the Old City and explores possible geopolitical scenarios for its future, including functional urban and spatial implications of each scenario. Ultimately, the study identifies the most feasible intervention to avoid an escalation of hostilities. The best case scenario features Israeli and Palestinian cooperation and integration under an international regime.

New IPCC Survey on the Impact of the Separation Wall
A statistical booklet has been published by IPCC entitled “Jerusalem Wall: A decade of Division and Urban Incarceration – A Survey on the Impact of the Separation Wall on Jerusalem”. The construction of the wall around and through East Jerusalem has altered the physical and psychological make-up of the city and its inhabitants. IPCC has conducted surveys on the perceptions of the wall amongst Palestinian Jerusalemites, and this booklet summarizes the primary findings. The results contribute to a better understanding of how separation affects memories, perceptions and behaviors of those affected. They also help us to develop policies that will improve the living conditions of those Palestinians experiencing separation and/or displacement. For Statistics please click here

24/11/09 Workshop on Role of Councils and Joint Services Councils in Planning, Development and Society Participation Between the 12th and 14th of November 2009. Read More...

20/10/2009 The Consul General of Egypt, Mr. Haitham El-Sharbatly, visited IPCC Headquarters in Jerusalem in order learn more about IPCC’s research and urban intervention projects; discussing possibilities of future cooperation

30/08/09 Dr. Rami Nasrallah speaks in Swiss TV about the situation in Jerusalem and future scenarios Read More...

24/03/09 IPCC participation in international conference on the role of youth in peace building The Chief Executive Officer of IPCC, Mr. Amer Hidmi, . Read More...

12/3/2009 Visit by the Foreign and Common wealth Office Delegation to IPCC
Delegation from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office visited the IPCC office in Jerusalem and had a meeting with the IPCC staff.. Read More...

19/02/2009 IPCC holds training course on urban planning
Between the 19th of February and the 21st of February 2009, IPCC held training sessions as part of the training course Urban Planning in East Jerusalem at the Intercontinental Hotel in Jericho. .Read More...