Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني
[Belfast] Prof. Padraig O’Malley: ‘The Two-State Delusion’ (ISCTSJ)
Please join the QUB Institute for Conflict Transformation & Social Justice (ISCTSJ) for this special event with Professor Padraig O’Malley (University of Massachusetts, Boston), discussing his new book, Two State Delusion (Penguin 2015), a critical analysis of the Israel-Palestine peace process and the challenge of conflicting narratives. The lecture takes place on Wednesday, 21 October 2015 from 3pm to 4.30pm in the Old Staff Common Room, Lanyon Building, Queen’s University Belfast.
A native of Dublin, Professor O’Malley has years of experience of conflict transformation in Northern Ireland, South Africa, and Iraq. His is the author of numerous books on conflict and peacebuilding, including Shades of Difference (2007), Sticks and Stones (2006), and Biting at the Grave (1990).
The event is organized by QUB’s Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation & Social Justice (ISCTSJ); QUB’s School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy (PISP); and the Northern Ireland Foundation.
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