Kerem Navot (“Naboth’s Vineyard”) is a new Israeli civil society organization, founded in 2012, that proposes a new angle on the ongoing dispossession of land in the West Bank, especially in area C which comprises 61% of the West Bank. It does so through its unique and groundbreaking research projects that aim to challenge the systems and policies behind these decades-long practices. Kerem Navot uses comprehensive land-use research, employing methodologies developed over years of experience in the field. Its work is driven by the large information and knowledge gaps that exist on the subject. It aims to illuminate these gaps.
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* FMEP awarded a grant to the New Israel Fund, in support of its existing work/fundraising for Kerem Navot.