Jeremy Hardy Q&A at Palestine Place: Audio now online

TweetShare This On Sunday June 10th Jeremy Hardy came to Palestine Place to watch a film with us (‘Jeremy Hardy vs the Israeli Army’ was the film, by Leila Sansour) and afterwards Jeremy was kind enough to stick around for a revealing and entertaining Q&A session. It touched upon the making of the film, unsurprisingly, and also other interesting topics like the BBC. Audio of the event is now available to be streamed here (28 minutes). Direct... Read More

Lookback at things so far, Excitement at things to come…

TweetShare ThisPalestine place continues to go from strength to strength, with workshops, events and actions happening inside and coming out of the space. Despite the jubilee, this weekend saw more than 150 people in attendance at a variety of workshops, and toadys event on International Law and Palestine (which included free Palestinian food) saw around 60 people attend. We have even recieved media attention from prominent Jewish newspaper Haaretz... Read More

Notes from Palestine Place first public meeting – Thursday 24th May 7-9pm

TweetShare ThisIntroduced by Ewa Jasiewicz, activist, journalist and Gaza flotilla organiser, and Frank Barat, Russell Tribunal on Palestine coordinator, and Abdel Razzaq Takriti, Palestinian activist and political historian. Abdel Razzaq Takriti – A Brief History of Modern Palestine Israeli independence is for Palestinians the Nakba – the catastrophe. The humanitarian Nakba began, as most know, in 1948, but the political Nakba began in 1917 when... Read More