29 April 2016


· On 29 April, the Jerusalem Fund at the George Washington University will co-sponsor an event “The time that is lost: Cinematic Aporias of Palestine” with Kamran Rastegar, an Associate Professor of Arabic and Comparative Literature at Tufts University.

· On 3 May, Palestine Centre in Washington D.C. will host an event “Whither the Children of the Stone? An Entire Life under Occupation” with Dr. Brien Barber, Founding Director of the Center for the Study of Youth and Political Conflict at the University of Tennessee.

· On 4 and 6 May gallery Al-Quds in Washington D.C. is organizing an exhibition: “Nakba Never Forgotten”. · On 6 May, Palestine Centre in Washington D.C. is hosting a 2016 Hisham Sharabi Memorial Lecture: “Palestinian Education for the 21st Century” with Dr. Fouad Moughrabi.

· On 2 May in Dublin, the New Theatre will present the performance “The Olive tree”, which explores the struggles of Palestine, by Katie O’Kelly (Stage UK nominee for Best Solo Performance).

· On 21 May, acclaimed Palestinian refugee poet Rafeef Ziadah will present poetry and music on the themes of exile, dispossession and resistance at the Bell Table Arts Centre in Dublin.

· On 19 May in Amsterdam, “Gate 48” is organizing a public discussion “The Permanent occupation: 50 years of the state of exception in Israel/Palestine” with invited discussant Hagai El-Ad, executive director of B’Tselem.


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