The Civil Society and the Question of Palestine

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29 April 2016

Americas

Europe

  • 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.