UN Women's Palestine Country Office has supported a series of publications on Palestinian women’s access to justice. The first publication in this series, Access Denied (2014), examined the socio-political and legal context of access to justice for Palestinian women in the occupied West Bank...
A lecture and visual presentation on arts and education programming to unite Palestinian youth communities, presented by Yaa Samar! Dance Theatre
Please join us for a conversation on settlers and natives with Dr. Raef Zreik following his recent article, “When Does a Settler Become a Native? (With Apologies to Mamdani).”
One hundred thousand Palestinians fled to Syria after being expelled from Palestine upon the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948. Integrating into Syrian society over time...
An elderly Palestinian couple in a final standoff with the Israeli authorities to maintain their lifestyle in Roshmia; the last natural valley in Haifa.
What’s happening in Palestinian theater today? Amid the vibrant and diverse theatre projects in Palestine, one key figure is Amir Nizar Zuabi.
A Conversation with Professor Michael Lynk, UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories Occupied since 1967. With Katherine Gallagher (Center for Constitutional Rights); Jamil Dakwar (ACLU); and Michael Sfard (Open Society Fellow)
A conversation on the intersections of art, architecture, and pedagogy with Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti.
A selection of short films by Artist/Filmmaker Basma Alsharif that explore Palestine's political history through visceral landscapes reflecting on the human condition and the future beyond history.
Join us for a Master Class with Artist/Filmaker Basma Alsharif
Eyal Weizman, architect and Professor of Visual Cultures and the Director of the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths, University of London
The book The Land That Remains is an elegiac exploration of a culture and epic civilization vanishing into a cyclically wounded landscape. Originally commissioned by UNESCO, Federico Busonero made three extensive photographic journeys throughout the West Bank of the occupied Palestinian territory in 2008 and 2009.
On the backdrop of recent, alarming erosions in respect for human rights in the Palestinian territory, two Israeli human rights organizations - Adv. Neta Patrick, Executive Director of Yesh Din and Tania Hary, Director of Gisha - will provide the latest analysis from their work on the ground in both the West Bank and Gaza.