Families Interrupted
Through a series of anonymous portraits, this exhibition captures the reality of the many thousands of Palestinian families who are forced to live in the shadows by the Israeli Citizenship Law.
Two Villages, One Story
In a new short film From Al-Araqib to Susiya, Adalah journeys between two Palestinian villages on both sides of the Green Line as residents tell their stories and reveal the striking parallel between their struggles against Israel's policies of forced displacement.
Lawyers' Training Courses
Adalah holds regular training for practicing lawyers interested in expanding their knowledge and skills to defend Palestinians from human rights violations.
Law Students' Conferences
Adalah hosts an annual conference for law students across the country to learn about the rights of Palestinian citizens in Israel; events include lectures, panel discussions, tours and a 'Human Rights Fair'.
Workshops, Roundtables and Discussions
Adalah hosts and participates in workshops, roundtables and discussions with academics, lawyers, human rights activists, political leaders and others on a wide range of topics.
Adalah hosts and participates in conferences with academic institutes, organizations and individuals on a wide range of topics including international law, minority rights, prisoners' rights and more.
Report Releases
Adalah organizes seminars and public events to announce releases of new publications, including reports on torture in prisons, the unrecognized villages in the Naqab, and accountability after the October 2000 killings.
Adalah conducts tours for donors, journalists, human rights organizations and foreign ambassadors to Arab communities in Israel including the unrecognized Bedouin villages in the Naqab.
External Lectures
Adalah lawyers are regularly invited to give lectures and presentations both in Israel and abroad on topics such as citizenship, gender rights, restrictions on free speech, accountability and more.