Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني
[Dublin] Palestine/Israel Development Education course (Comhlamh)
Organised by Comhlamh, The Palestine/Israel Development Education course is a course for beginners who want to learn about the ongoing conflict in Palestine and Israel.
The course will be run with lots of interaction and group work and will cover the key areas around the conflict such as the history of the region, Gaza, Jerusalem, refugees and settlements.
The course will begin on Thursday the 7th of April and will be run on consecutive Thursday evenings (6.15 – 8.30pm) up until the 12th of May. Sandwiches and tea/Coffee will be provided every evening before the night commences with a short tea/coffee break during the evening. The cost of this course will be €60 (€30 for Comhlámh members). This is an exciting beginner’s course with no previous knowledge about the subject required. Places are limited to 16 people. The course has been developed by the Palestine/Israel Development Education group in Comhlámh.
The course will be held in the Comhlámh Freire Room at 12 Parliament street Dublin 2.
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