Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني
[Galway] Lunchtime Seminar: Business and Human Rights in Palestine: Challenging the Economic Incentive Structure Perpetuating the Conflict (Business & Human Rights in Ireland)
Lunchtime Seminar Series:
Business and Human Rights in Palestine: Challenging the Economic Incentive Structure Perpetuating the Conflict.
by Wesam Ahmad, Al Haq
Wednesday, 5th of November 2014, 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Seminar Room, Irish Centre for Human Rights, NUI Galway.
The first guest post as part of the series currently running on the blog was contributed by Shawan Jabarin, the Director of Al-Haq, a leading Palestinian human rights organisation. One of Shawan’s colleagues, Wesam Ahmad, is in Ireland next week and will give a seminar at the Irish Centre for Human Rights in at NUI Galway on the topic of business and human rights in Palestine on Wednesday 5 November at 1pm. We are delighted to have Wesam join us for the seminar, both for the importance of the subject and as a returning graduate of the LLM in Human Rights at the Centre.
Organised by Business & Human Rights in Ireland
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