Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني
[Belfast] Human Rights in Palestine with Dr Nahed Habiballah & Nery Ramati (TCD & QUB)
Trinity College Dublin (TCD), QUB School of Law Human Rights Centre, & QUB’s Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security, & Justice present
HUMAN RIGHTS IN PALESTINE with DR NAHED HABIBALLAH & NERY RAMATI
Tuesday, 28 November 2017 4-‐6 pm
Moot Court, QUB School of Law
Nery Ramati (Gaby Lasky and Partners, Tel Aviv) will speak on ‘The Legal Systems in the Occupied Territories: A New perspective’. This talk deals with the different legal systems in the Occupied Territories, asking whether and how their (mis)use has produced a new form of occupation law.
Dr Nahed Habiballah (adjunct professor at the Arab American University in Palestine) will speak on ‘Palestinian Jerusalemites: Aliens in their Homeland’. This talk introduces the audience to the Israeli policies and laws and how they impact the lives of Palestinians in East Jerusalem.
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