Photos of Palestinian life and Israeli occupation in the West Bank city of Hebron.

    The Alternative Information Centre (AIC) is a joint Israeli-Palestinian resource centre serving local and international social movements and activists. The AIC disseminates information and supports actions to address social, political, cultural and economic concerns in Palestinian and Israeli societies. The AIC methodology of joint Israeli-Palestinian work provides the most comprehensive understandings of the aforementioned issues.

    All AIC work is grounded in respect for international law and progressive values, including democracy, equality and justice. The AIC’s singular model of combining information, activism and analysis on both the local and international levels has garnered international recognition for its ground-breaking and consistent work on behalf of justice and peace for Palestinians and Israelis. In 2015, the AIC was awarded the International Journalism and Human Rights (Letters/Press) Prize by the Festival of Cinema and Human Rights in Barcelona. In 2013, the AIC won the Follow the Women Prize for its work in support of peace and an end to violence in the Middle East. And in 2012, the AIC received the Human Rights Prize of the French Republic for its work exposing Israeli impunity in the occupied Palestinian territory and promoting accountability for Israeli military and settler violence.

    AIC has now brought together a collection of photos of Palestinian life and Israeli occupation in the West Bank city of Hebron.

    1. Life under occupation: Resisting Israeli apartheid in H2 area of Hebron
    2. Occupation captured
    3. Israeli activists affirm solidarity with hunger striking prisoners
    4. Occupation captured
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