Posted on October 1, 2019, by & filed under News.

Wed 8 July. 5.00-6.15 (British Time). ICAHD UK Webinar – Avi Shlaim in Conversation with Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian and Jeff Halper as they discuss settler colonialism and decolonisation

This webinar is scheduled for soon after Israel’s expected formal annexation of great swathes of the West Bank. As well as addressing the current reality on the ground, the bigger picture of settler colonialism versus occupation will be unpacked and there will be discussion about the move towards decolonisation.

Advanced registration is required by clicking here.

22 July 2020 at 5.00pm-6.15pm - ICAHD UK webinar on End Home Demolitions

Demolitions have spiked in recent weeks and annexation de facto or de jure threatens areas of the West Bank. Hear directly from people in communities at risk and who need international support to resist this policy:

Jeff Halper - Director, Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions, activist, author, strategist, anthropologist

Awdah al-Hathaleen - An English teacher and activist with the Good Shepherd Collective from Um Al-Khair in the South Hebron Hills

Rashed Khudairy - Coordinator of Jordan Valley Solidarity Campaign, a grassroot network of community groups protecting Palestinian existence in the Jordan Valley

Register in advance via this link

2-12 November 2020 - ICAHD-Recommended Extended Study Tour

ICAHD’s alternative tours programme includes in-depth study tours for internationals.

They go beyond the traditional tourist sites as the political realities that affect Palestinians and Israelis are explored. Participants witness the situation on both sides of the divide and travel to different geographical areas. Unique opportunities are provided to meet ICAHD’s key partners to gain first-hand, in-depth knowledge and some of the latest analysis.

Participants also meet extensively with Palestinians to hear their stories: Extended Study Tours


13-18 November 2020 - Option to extend your stay and help rebuild a small Palestinian home

Extend your stay after the Study Tour to help rebuild a small home for a family in collaboration with the Good Shepherd Collective.


Details here