The second international gathering will discuss how to implement concrete programs and long term visions to strengthen the growth of science in Palestine and help build ties between the Palestinian and international scientific communities. We welcome a mix audience of Palestinian academics and students, and of international scientists committed to advancing these goals.
November 9, 5-9PM: public opening
November 10, 9-5PM: closed session
November 11, 9-5PM: closed session
Join co-founder Ramzi Jaber for a look at how Visualizing Palestine is using the latest technology, design, and data journalism methods to produce visual tools and resources about the struggle for Palestinian freedom. He will provide a behind-the-scenes look at their latest projects, including the BDS Impact database, Palestine Open Maps, and Palestinian Journeys, a virtual exhibit of the Palestinian Museum in Birzeit.
Michael Lynk joins us at Columbia Law School to present a lecture, “Annexing the Future: Israel, Palestine and International Law.” Professor Lynk will be joined by Professor Rashid Khalidi, of Columbia University's Middle Eastern, South Asian and African Studies, and Diala Shamas, Staff Attorney with the Center for Constitutional Rights.Columbia Law School | Jerome Greene Annex
The Center for Palestine Studies, in partnership with the NGO Zochrot and the Italian Academy, will host a three-week-long exhibition on the theme of Bedouin ownership of Negev lands and the ongoing Israeli state campaign to uproot the Bedouin from the northern threshold of the desert.