The Civil Society and the Question of Palestine

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5 October 2015

Europe

Global

North America

  • On 1 October, the World Council of Churches UN Office and the Israel-Palestine NGO Working Group at the United Nations held a meeting with Ms. Shadia Sbait, Palestinian Activist and Founder of Iqrit Community Association on “An example of non-violent popular and legal struggle for justice and the right to return home (Palestine-Israel) “ in New York.
  • On 6 October the Centre for Palestine Studies will present the conversation “Palestine and the Limits of Academic Freedom” with Steven Salaita and Rashid Khalidi. They will discuss academic freedom, free speech on campus, and the movement for justice in Palestine.