"Civil Peace in Palestine: Factors and Contexts" is the latest of The Civil Coalition for Promoting Civil Peace and the Rule of Law's publications. It includes three participatory studies addressing key issues in Palestine. These studies shed light on democratic participation, gender equality and social cohesion, with a specific focus on the situation in Area C and other vulnerable spaces:

-"Contextualising Religious Discourse and its Impact on Civil Peace"
This study explores the role of religious discourse in shaping individual and collective awareness of various issues and influencing social interactions between different components of society.

-"Early Warning Systems for Civil Peace... A Comparative Study in the Palestinian Case"
This research examines the effectiveness of early warning systems in combating negative social phenomena and reducing their occurrence rates. It emphasises the importance of social awareness towards these phenomena for successful intervention.

-"Violence and Security Disorder in Hebron Governorate - Reality and Challenges"
The Hebron governorate has experienced significant security challenges and threats to civil peace. This study delves into the patterns and recurrence of community violence, highlighting the crisis in community harmony and the imbalance among different factions. It stresses the urgency of taking necessary measures to address these threats and maintain civil peace.

These studies contribute valuable insights to understanding the dynamics of democratic participation, social cohesion, and security challenges in the Palestinian Territories, providing a foundation for informed decision-making and effective interventions.

This publication comes within the “Strengthening the democratic participation and egalitarian social cohesion of the Palestinian citizens, in Area C” project, implemented by The Civil Coalition for Promoting Civil Peace and the Rule of Law, in partnership with ACPP. This project seeks to create and maintain safe spaces of participation and information for civil society to achieve its objective of fostering citizen participation and engagement in public life, in which the population will be informed and will have the opportunity to discuss the main barriers to the exercise of their rights and other violations associated with the lack of social cohesion and its impact on civil peace. It also seeks to promote social cohesion and support for equitable and development processes.