In solidarity, the Bloody Sunday March Committee (BSMC) is honoured to host this important discussion and to offer a public platform to three leading activists in the struggle for a free and independent Palestine.
This event will hear three different perspectives from activists who will talk about their own specific area of struggle and the particular campaigns they are involved in and how in their view their work contributes to the overall goal and aim of establishing a free and independent Palestinian state.
Speakers include:Hazem Jamjoum, (BDS & Right Of Return Campaigner, Journalist and Academic), Jacqueline Walker (Expelled from British Labour Party for holding anti Zionist views) and Cathy Hutton, (Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign).
Chair:Jo Bird (British Labour Party Councillor and member of ‘Jewish Voice’ for Just Peace)
Venue: Pilots Row Community Centre, Rossville Street, Derry
Hosted by the Bloody Sunday March Committee
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