Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني
[Dublin] Rights & Pints: Unpacking Palestine with Dr. Munir Nuseibah (ISE)
Rights & Pints: Unpacking Palestine – Dr. Munir Nuseibah in conversation with Dr. Brendan Ciarán Browne
Tuesday 23rd October, 4pm to 6pm in the Pavillion Bar, Trinity College Dublin.
Dr. Munir Nuseibah (Director of Al-Quds University’s Human Rights clinic) is coming to Ireland to increase ties between Irish and Palestinian universities. Outside of the formal events and meetings, Dr. Nuseibah would like to talk to students (and anybody else) about all things Palestine.
Have you ever had a question about Palestine? Well whether it is simple or complex Dr Nuseibah and Dr Brendan Ciarán Browne would love to answer and discuss with you all things Palestine.
Whether you have a passing interest or are part of the wider solidarity movement you are all invited to join us at the Pavilion Bar from 4-6pm on the 23rd of October to have a bit of a chat over a pint!
Hosted by the Irish School of Ecumenics.
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