Agreement on Preparatory Transfer of Powers and Responsibilities

Country/entity
Israel
Palestine
Region
Middle East and North Africa
Agreement name
Agreement on Preparatory Transfer of Powers and Responsibilities
Date
29/08/1994
Agreement status
Multiparty signed/agreed
Agreement/conflict level
Intrastate/intrastate conflict (Arab-Israeli Conflicts (1948 - )
This conflict involves Israelis and Palestinians over territory and belonging and has long historical antecedents. The agreements post-1990 are between the Palestinian Liberation Organisation (PLO) and Israel, with some supporting inter-state agreements (i.e. between Israel and Jordan). More recently the importance of the once dominating Palestinian Liberation Organisation (PLO) has diminished not in the least due to the effective disappearance of its left-wing members and the loss of the popularity of their political wing, Fatah. Hamas and other Islamic groups have attained significant relevance in Fatah’s stead, with Hamas controlling the Gaza strip (from which Israel ultimately unilaterally withdrew (not coded as a peace agreement).

Geo-political implications of the conflict have been considerable across the MENA region.
Arab-Israeli Conflicts (1948 - ) )
Stage
Implementation/renegotiation (Implementation modalities)
Conflict nature
Government/territory
Peace process
69: Israel-Palestine peace process
Parties
Government of Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organisation
Third parties
Description
Agreement is part of the Oslo I Process, agreeing to the gradual dissolution of powers from the Israeli military's Civil Administration to the Palestinian Authority. Agreement outlines, the legislative powers of the PA, the structure and role of law enforcement, the rights, liabilities and obligations of the PA, budgetary issues and mutual commitments.

Agreement document
IL_PS_940829_Agreement_Preparatory_Transfer_Powers_Responsibilities.pdf

Main category
Page 10, Appendix A: Laws, Regulations and Military Orders in the Sphere of Education and Culture, 8. Regulations regarding the Appointment of Women Teachers, No. 2, 1965

Women, girls and gender

Participation
No specific mention.
Equality
No specific mention.
Particular groups of women
No specific mention.
International law
No specific mention.
New institutions
Infrastructure (general)
Page 10, Appendix A: Laws, Regulations and Military Orders in the Sphere of Education and Culture, 8. Regulations regarding the Appointment of Women Teachers, No. 2, 1965
Violence against women
No specific mention.
Transitional justice
No specific mention.
Institutional reform
No specific mention.
Development
Education
Page 10, Appendix A: Laws, Regulations and Military Orders in the Sphere of Education and Culture, 8. Regulations regarding the Appointment of Women Teachers, No. 2, 1965
Implementation
No specific mention.
Other
No specific mention.

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