Posted on April 27, 2015, by & filed under Beyond Zionism, Events, UK Specific.

Saturday 30th May 11.15am – 5.15pm

‘Judaizing Palestine’ Conference


We are very pleased to announce our programme for this years annual conference! Bringing you crucial and timely analysis following the recent elections, and such devastating news as the Al’Araqib Bedouin Village having been demolished for the 83rd time, we hope you will join us to hear more on the issue of ‘Judaizing Palestine’.

Our featured speakers include Jeff Halper, Co-Founder and Director of the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions in Jerusalem, and Nobel Peace Prize nominee; Khalil Al-Amour, Adalah Field Researcher from the unrecognized villages in the Negev, and Board Member for the Negev Coexistence Forum for Civil Equality; and Salma Karmi-Ayyoub, External Consultant for Al-Haq, and co-chair of Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights.

We also have contributions from Tony Lerman, from Independent Jewish Voices; and Deborah Burton from Tipping Point North South.

As well as keynote presentations, short films, and a panel discussion, we will be hosting an afternoon session aiming to mobilise resistance, campaigns and activism in your local areas on the themes of:

  • Campaigning on Bedouins in the Negev
  • Investigating the UK’s involvement in the arms trade and developing our response

You can find a summary from last years’ excellent conference here, and booking form here.

WHERE:        Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 3EA
WHEN:          Saturday 30th May, 11.15am – 5.15pm

£25 Full Price
£20 Members
£15 Unwaged / Students

– All tickets include an information pack, welcome refreshments and lunch.

Booking is essential, all places must be booked before 27th May.

Book your tickets now!

And don’t just take our word for it, below is some feedback from attendees last year:

“The annual gathering is one of the high-lights of my year for a number of reasons: it provides me with an up to date analysis of the situation in Palestine/Israel even though I read ICAHD’s news letters and those of others; it is an occasion to renew my own commitment to this cause for Justice and Peace, and also the occasion to meet such enthusiastic people… so many thanks for the extremely stimulating and challenging day.” – Bridget H

“You all made me feel very welcome, I thoroughly enjoyed meeting everyone and thought the conference was very enlightening. And very well organised!” – Kerry G

“Thanks to you and other ICAHD UK friends for organising an excellent conference yesterday. It was very stimulating, interesting and helpful and worked well.” – Adrian K

“The morning talks which I heard were tremendously motivating. I find it so energising that organisations can punch above their weight with the involvement of passionate people” – Heather M

“Just wanted to thank you for such a great ICAHD event. Everything went well, I really enjoyed the programme and networking and I felt it was very worthwhile, some great content.” – Paul S

“All aspects of the conference were superb – great speakers, lots of lovely food and a great venue. Thank you for such a good day.” – Tricia C

“I met old friends, made new ones, loved the dinner beforehand and thought the day was entirely worthwhile. Well done to all who worked so hard behind the scenes in preparation!” – Annie O

“VERY happy with what was on offer!” – Mayonne C

“Really excellent choice of speakers every part of the programme was excellent” – Harald M


Download Conference Leaflet (pdf 2 MB)