This award winning site was originally launched in 2012. Its aim is to create data visualization tools to advance a factual, rights-based understanding of the Palestinian-Israeli issue. It uses sources from leading human rights and international agencies. There are a number of infographics relating to the status of Palestinians in Jerusalem. Each has a description of the data and links to their original sources. See this example https://visualizingpalestine.org/visuals/jerusalem-no-legal-status. It is possible to browse the site by theme. These include ID cards, housing and citizenship rights.
Posted by Andrew Dunn in Social Sciences and Humanities Librarians’ Blog on December 15, 2017
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