I’lam Media Center for Arab Palestinians in Israel is a non-profit Palestinian media NGO based in Nazareth devoted to raising awareness and educating Palestinian society in Israel in media practices. “It also seeks to democratize media policies and practices within the local Arab and Hebrew language medias, towards the realization of media rights in Palestinian society.” –website
The site’s Publications section includes reports from 2005 to the present. Titles from the last couple years (available for download) include:
The Challenges to Journalistic Professionalisim: Between Independence and Difficult Work Conditions, by Amal Jamal and Rana Awaisi (2012).
Arab Reporters Needed for the Hebew Press: Patterns of representing Arab-Palestinian Citizens in Israeli Print Media, by Amal Jamal and Kholod Massalha (2011).
The Marginality of Human Rights in the Israeli Media, by Dr. Amal Jamal and Samah Bsou (2012).
The Discourse of Human Rights in the Israeli Media, by Dr.Amal Jamal and Kholod Masalha (2012).