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Jenin Diaries

Over February and March 2012, the Palestine Monitor, in cooperation with the Jenin Cultural Centre, carried out photography and journalism workshops with a number of youths in Jenin. The resulting photos will be included in an upcoming exhibition in Ramallah.

Over the next few weeks, Palestine Monitor will be publishing the stories produced by the participants who explored themes such as: water issues, traffic problems, traditions or tourism. The work produced offers a glimpse of Palestine from the perspective of the Palestinian youth.



  • The Jenin Diaries | August 27, 2012
     Over February and March 2012, the Palestine Monitor, in cooperation with the Jenin Cultural Centre, carried out photography and journalism workshops with a number of youths in Jenin. The resulting photos will be included in an upcoming exhibition in Ramallah.   Over the next few weeks, Palestine Monitor will be publishing the stories produced by the participants who explored themes such as:  water issues, traffic problems, traditions.....
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