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On 6 October, the Annual UK Conservative Party Conference 2015 will hold a side event in association with Palestine Solidarity Campaign on ‘A just policy for Palestine?’The discussion will highlight a political way forward, focusing on the use of economic solutions and diplomacy as tools to resolve the conflict. The panel will include the participation of Tania Mathias (MP for Twickenham), Kamel Hawwas (Vice Chair of Palestine Solidarity Campaign), and Arthur Goodman (Jews for Justice for Palestinians).
On 17 – 18 October the School of Oriental and African StudiesStudent’s Union UK will hold the Palestine Society 10th Annual Conference: Settlers And Citizens: A Critical View Of Israeli Society. The conference aims to highlight the continuities in Israeli politics both between different segments of Israeli society as well as between different epochs of the state’s existence.. The Conference will have the participation of Nadim Rouhana (The Fletcher School), Ismael Abu Saad (Ben Gurion University), and Ilan Pappe (University of Exeter), among others.
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.