Campaigning for environmental and social justice in Brent and beyond
Monday, 13 May 2019
Palestinian Nakba: Past, Present and what the Future holds - May 14th Queens Park Community School
May 14th 7pm until 8.30pm
Three Palestinians and a
British human rights’ lawyer talk about the history of the Palestinian
people, their legal status and their hopes and challenges for their
future as they seek peace and justice through non-violence.
Dr Asad Abu Shark: Retired Professor of
Linguistics, Palestinian human rights activist and international
spokesperson for the Great March of Return. He is from the Gaza strip
and currently lives in Ireland.
Dr Ghada Karmi: Palestinian physician, academic and writer. She was
born in Jerusalem, but had to flee with her family in 1948 and has lived
in the UK since then. She is the author of several books on the
Israel-Palestinian conflict, and is a well known spokesperson on
Palestine in the UK and Middle Eastern media.
Daniel Machover: Eminent British Human Rights lawyer and co-founder of Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights.
Yana Shabana: Palestinian who grew up in the West Bank, she studied
at Hebron University and then taught English language at Al-Najah
National University in Nablus. She is currently undertaking doctoral
research at the University of Birmingham in the role of translation in
indigenous elimination through settler-colonialism.
Event put on by Kensal and Kilburn Better 2019 in association with Palestine Community Foundation.
Queens Park Community School, Aylestone Avenue, NW6 7BQ