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The Cambridge Palestine Solidarity Campaign is a local branch of the national Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC); a community of people working together for peace, equality, and justice and against racism, occupation, and colonisation.

Get Involved

There are a number of ways to get involved locally:

Receive updates by joining the Facebook, Twitter or email group.

To become an active member, come along to a branch meeting (advertised via email and social media).

Stop by our stall in the Market Square on Saturday mornings, from 11.30 am to 1.30 pm (weather and volunteers permitting).

A number of events are also held throughout the year. You do not need to be a member of PSC to attend events and get involved locally; however, we would definitely recommend the benefits of membership.

New members and volunteers are always welcome 🙂 For further information, please contact us via the Contacts page.

About

The Cambridge Palestine Solidarity Campaign is a local branch of the national Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC);  a community of people working together for peace, equality, and justice and against racism, occupation, and colonisation.

The Palestine Solidarity Campaign is the largest UK civil society organisation dedicated to securing Palestinian human rights, established in 1982.

With more than sixty branches across the country, we campaign against Israel’s flouting of international law, the continued military occupation of Palestine, and systematic discrimination against Palestinians. We work to build awareness amongst politicians and the public of the continual injustices and advocate for peaceful and just solutions that respect the rights and dignity of Palestinians and Israelis.

We are united in our belief that Israel’s flouting of international law, continued military occupation of Palestine, and systematic discrimination against Palestinians is unacceptable; so together we are taking action.

To join PSC click here

Blog

Academic Life Under Occupation: The Experience at Gaza’s Universities

Cambridge City Amnesty are organising this talk on Thursday 15th November, 7.30 pm at the Friends Meeting House Jesus Lane. Dr Mona Jebril will discuss her Cambridge PhD research on the impact of the siege and conflict on higher education in Gaza. The study explores the past and present higher education under occupation, and how …

‘Cracks in the Wall: Beyond Apartheid in Palestine/Israel’ – with Ben White

At 6.30pm on 8th November 2018, join Ben White in conversation with Priyamvada Gopal at Cambridge Heffers bookshop, as they talk about Ben’s latest book, Cracks in the Wall, and how a peaceful, just relationship could be achieved for Israel/Palestine. Now is the time to plot a course that avoids the mistakes of the past …

Contact

For further information, pleased email us at this address: pscinfo@campalsoc.org

We are always happy to promote Palestine related events, however, we are a small group with limited resources, so may not be able to support all requests for help.