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Saturday 4 February 2023

MEMO Conference, London

9.30am-5,30pm

International perspectives on Apartheid and Decolonization in Palestine

The Palestinian quest for freedom and independence is arguably the last of the great anti- colonial struggles. It is, in every respect, a response to Zionist settler colonialism, which was premised on the racist notion of the ‘white man’s burden’ to civilise the darker races.

After its establishment on 78% of historic Palestine in 1948, Israel has worked assiduously to prevent the emergence of a Palestinian state in the remaining 22%. Instead, it has deliberately created an apartheid reality in which two peoples occupy the same land but with one people, Israelis, totally dominating the other.

This conference examines at all aspects of the Palestinian reality under the three broad themes of apartheid, genocide and decolonisation. It seeks to initiate a dialogue that will foster greater international cooperation for the full attainment of Palestinian national rights.

Speakers include ICAHD's Director, Jeff Halper

For full details and to regsiter follow this link

 


Wednesday 15 February 2023

ICAHD UK Webinar

12 noon (US Eastern) /  5pm (UK) / 7pm (Jerusalem)

The Tent of Nations’ Struggle for Justice

Daoud Nassar

On 12th February, the Nasser family from Tent of Nations is due to receive the result of their court case, finally reaching the end of their 32-year long struggle for justice. Will this family be able to retain its farm that has been in the family for generations, or will it be confiscated like so much other Palestinian property has within Area C?

Tent of Nations is an educational and ecological farm that is located on a hilltop between Hebron and Bethlehem. Surrounded by five settlements ever creeping closer, the Israeli government claims ownership of the land which the Nasser family has challenged at a cost of $200,000 in legal fees. Their case has been sent from Israel’s Supreme Court to the military court and they hope it can be re-registered as private land and not state land.

Further details - Register for this webinar here

 


Wednesday 15 March 2023

ICAHD UK Webinar

12 noon (US Eastern) /  5pm (UK) / 7pm (Jerusalem)

Details to be announced

 


Saturday 30 September 2023

ICAHD UK Annual Conference

Amnesty International UK Human Rights Action Centre
17-25 New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EA

Times and programme to be confirmed

 


23 October - 2 November 2023

ICAHD-Recommended Extended Study Tour

More information available here.

Full details will be available shortly.