Institute for Palestine Studies

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The Institute for Palestine Studies "is an independent, non-profit Arab research organization, which is not affiliated with any political organization or government. The Institute is devoted to a better understanding of the question of Palestine." [1]

Funding

"The sources of The Institute for Palestine Studies funding, in descending order of magnitude, are income from its endowment, sales of its publications, and contributions from individual donors and private corporations, both Arab and international. The endowment was set up in the 1960s and 1970s with one-time gifts from various Arab donors, including governments, corporations, and individuals.

"For receiving contributions from American donors, the Friends of The Institute for Palestine Studies (FIPS) was incorporated in Washington on 5 December 1986. FIPS is organized exclusively for charitable, educational and scientific purposes as defined in section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code." [2]

Trustees

Accessed August 2007: [1]

The deceased Trustees

The present Trustees - 2001 (Alphabetical order)

Contact

The Institute for Palestine Studies - Lebanon
Anis Nsouli Street-Verdun
P.O. Box : 11-7164
Postal Code: 1107 2230
Beirut-Lebanon
Tel: 00961-1-868387
Fax: 00961-1-814193
Email: ipsbrt AT palestine-studies.org
Web: http://www.palestine-studies.org

Resources and articles

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References

  1. IPS Trustees, Institute for Palestine Studies, accessed August 10, 2007.