|March 1, 2014|
|11:00 am||to||12:30 pm|
Sidney St Cambridge
With banner, leafletting and petition. Meet at 11am.
|February 24, 2014||to||March 3, 2014|
Monday 24 Feb - Mon 3rd March: “Postcards from
Photo exhibition: a collection of personal photographs taken in
The West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Central Library (on the top floor, near the
library’s café), 7 Lion Yard, Grand Arcade, Cambridge, CB2 3QD.
Monday 24th of February 2014:
Panel Discussion: “Apartheid in Palestine/Israel: Reality, Legality and
Resistance.” [Ben White, Mujahid Dattani and Selma Dabbagh]
Emmanuel College, St Andrews Street, Cambridge, CB2 3AP. From 7:00 pm to 9:00
of February 2014: Movie Screening: “Roadmap to Apartheid” followed by a
discussion (chair tbc).
Mong Hall, Sydney Sussex College, Sidney St, CB2 3HU,
Cambridge. From 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
of February 2014: Panel Discussion: “Separate But Not Equal:
Palestinian Refugees’ Right of Return”
Mong Hall, Sydney Sussex College,
Sidney St, Cambridge, CB2 3HU. From 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
of February 2014: “Starving to Death in Syria’s Yarmouk Refugee
Queen’s Building Lecture Theatre, Emmanuel College, Cambridge, CB2 3AP.
From 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm.
of February 2014: Student Panel Discussion: “Many Voices, One
Erasmus Hall, Queens College, Silver street, Cambridge, CB39ET. From
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
Cambridge IAW is
organized by Cambridge University Palestine Society and Cambridge Palestine
Solidarity Campaign and it is sponsored by the Palestine Forum in Britain
For more resources and information, please feel free to reach out
to us on our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/
To find more information
about Israeli Apartheid Weeks all over the world, please visit: http://apartheidweek.org/
|February 18, 2014|
|7:30 pm||to||9:00 pm|
Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1RR
|December 9, 2013|
|7:30 pm||to||10:00 pm|
Market Hill St Ives
and Rev Garth Hewitt, singer-songwriter, founder of the Amos Trust
|December 2, 2013|
|7:30 pm||to||9:30 pm|
Trumpington St Cambridge
|November 28, 2013|
|5:15 pm||to||6:45 pm|
1 Newnham Terrace
Dr Lori Allen (University of Cambridge, King’s College) will be discussing:
Maghrib, Mashriq and Gulf in the New Era of
Cynicism and Human Rights in
Free and open to all . Refreshments will be available
Dr Lori Allen is an anthropologist whose primary
research interests centre on human rights, nationalism, violence, visual
culture, political emotion, and the Middle East. She has recently published
her book, The Rise and Fall of Human Rights: Cynicism and Politics
in Occupied Palestine (Stanford Studies in Human Rights) and is
currently conducting research for her next book project: Suffering for
Rights: A Genealogy of Palestinian Nationalism.
|November 12, 2013|
|6:00 pm||to||8:00 pm|
Cambridge University Graduate Union
17 Mill Lane
Cambridge CB2 1RX
Organised by Cambridge University Palestine Society
An eye-witness account on the Gaza
Strip during December 2008 (Operation Cast Lead).
Please come along and show
All are welcome and entry is free.
|October 14, 2013|
|7:30 pm||to||9:30 pm|
Milton Road Library
Ascham Road Cambridge
Organised by Cambridge Stop the War
Israeli activist Leehee Rothschild refused to do military service 10 years ago, and has since been involved with Anarchists Against The Wall and the Coalition of Women for Peace. She will tell us of her part in the continuing struggle of Palestinians, Israelis and Internationals working together to end the oppression and ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people from their homeland.
|September 23, 2013|
|6:30 pm||to||8:30 pm|
St Andrew’s St Cambridge
A work in progress: Daughter to the late founder of Bethlehem University, Leila Sansour returned to the place she was so desperate to escape as teenager with the intention of making a film honouring her father and his relationship with the legendary town. Instead, she found herself compelled to document the wall being built around Bethlehem, transforming the city into an open-air prison patrolled by the Israeli military. Five years later, Sansour has created a touching personal record of her own re-assimilation into her ancestral home, but also an evocative archive of Bethlehem’s cultural and historical riches, and a crucial expose of the threats this history is facing. Allied with a campaign to resist this erasure and preserve the town’s identity as bastion of harmonious multifaith cohabitation in the Middle East, OPERATION BETHLEHEM is a hugely affecting and significant work.
- See more at: http://www.cambridgefilmfestival.org.uk/films/2013/operation-bethlehem#sthash.7fLq16VC.dpuf
|June 23, 2013|
|7:30 pm||to||9:00 pm|
St Paul’s Church main hall
Lia McClean went to Palestine as part of the Amos Trust house-rebuilding team in April. See her blog here
She will give a short talk about her experience.
Tea and coffee provided. All welcome.