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Palestine Podcast #54: Palestinian Museums, Museums for Palestine

The Palestine Podcast showcases a selection of lectures, talks and interviews featuring leading experts and social justice activists active on the Palestine-Israel issue. Brought to you by the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign. Click here to view all podcasts. ===== PP#54 – Palestinian Museums, Museums for Palestine’ with Faisal Saleh and Salim Abuthaher [2020-11-10] – (Download here) INFO: In this episode of the Palestine Podcast we invite you to listen to a fascinating discussion on how Palestinian museums, in both Palestine and the diaspora, operate politically and culturally to open up new imaginations and social futures for Palestine and the Palestinians. The … Continue reading

A new series of talks on Palestine organised by Kildare IPSC

The Kildare branch of the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) are delighted to announce a series of talks on Palestine and the Israeli occupation will take place in Naas over the next two months. The talks will take place on Monday evenings in the Town House Hotel at 8pm. The talks are free of charge though contributions will be gratefully accepted on the night. We’ve managed to put together a great line up of speakers who are all experts on the Palestinian situation. Below is the list of events, dates, and short bios of the speakers. We look forward to seeing you … Continue reading

Paletsine Education – October 2011 Course Dates (Dublin & Belfast)

The ‘Promises’ development education course, presented by the Palestine Education Initiative, is running again this October 2011.   Start date for Course: Tuesday 11 October 2011   Venues and times:   Belfast:  7:00-9:00pm Peace House              224 Lisburn Road Facilitator: Richard Irvine BA, MA, PGCE 8 Sessions Cost: £80/£60 concession  Dublin:  6:30-8:30pm The Irish Aid Centre              27-31 Upper O’Connell Street Facilitator: Freda Hughes BA, PGCE 6 Sessions Cost: 80 Euros/ 60 Euros concession The Dublin course is maintaining the original six session format.  The Belfast one has been expanded to eight sessions.   “I feel I am now able to debate this issue with confidence,” … Continue reading