IN THE ABSENCE OF JUSTICE: Embodiment and the politics of militarized dismemberment in occupied East Jerusalem
Dec
5
8:30 AM08:30

IN THE ABSENCE OF JUSTICE: Embodiment and the politics of militarized dismemberment in occupied East Jerusalem

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...

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The Land That Remains: Photographs from Palestine
Oct
6
12:30 PM12:30

The Land That Remains: Photographs from Palestine

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. 

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“The Occupied Palestinian territory – A human rights analysis,” Adv. Neta Patrick, Executive Director of Yesh Din and Tania Hary, Director of Gisha
Sep
29
12:10 PM12:10
Law

“The Occupied Palestinian territory – A human rights analysis,” Adv. Neta Patrick, Executive Director of Yesh Din and Tania Hary, Director of Gisha

  • Jerome Greene Hall, Room 102B (map)
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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. 

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