The Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research is conducting a pilot study that seeks to provide an assessment of security and rule of law needs in Palestinian areas located outside area “A.” The study relies on public attitude polls, focus groups with residents of the various areas under examination, and case studies that place special focus on highlighted needs. Given the constraints imposed on PA security deployment and jurisdiction, the pilot study seeks to provide policy recommendations to the PA and its security services on the best means to meet public needs for security in the areas under investigation. PSR hopes in the near future to be able to conduct a much more comprehensive study covering the entire West Bank territories outside area A.

 

Surverys

 Palestinians residing in area “B,” area “C,” H-2 in Hebron, and Isolated Jerusalem neighborhoods (excluded by the separation wall) struggle to survive in an environment lacking security and rule of law and hold the Palestinian Authority responsible for their protectionFindings of two special polls on security and rule of law in West Bank territories, particularly those outside area “A”   June-August 2016 

Palestinians residing in area “B,” area “C,” H-2 in Hebron, and isolated Jerusalem neighborhoods struggle to survive in an environment lacking security and rule of law and hold the Palestinian Authority responsible for their protection and demand Palestinian police presence in their areasFindings of four special polls on security and rule of law in West Bank territories, particularly those outside area “A” June-December 2016

 

Focus Group  

 

Consultation/ Workshops  

 

Case studies  

 

 Policy Paper