Jerusalem is the Gateway to International peace and security

03 January 2018
Auther:   AOHRUK


Arab Organisation for Human Rights in the UK (AOHR UK) invites you to a timely seminar and discussion concerning Trump's declaration of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The decision has caused a wave of public and official protest and condemnation. Israeli occupation forces continue to use lethal force against Palestinians, with 10 dead and hundreds wounded so far.
Lawyers from leading law firms, experts and campaigners will discuss the background of the decision, its effects in the present and future, and the role of Trump’s allies in the Arab world in encouraging him to take such a decision.


JONATHAN FRYER | British writer, broadcaster, lecturer and Chairman, Liberal Democrat Friends of Palestine.
CHRIS ROSE | Director of the human rights organisation Amos Trust. He is a campaigner for Palestinians rights.
Rodney Dixon QC | International lawyer, practicing both internationally and domestically in the fields of international law, public law and human rights. He acts on behalf of governments, political leaders, military commanders, international organisations, companies, NGOs and victims.
HAYDEE DIJKSTAL | Attorney, practising international criminal law and human rights law before international and regional courts, including the International Criminal Court, International Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia, Special Court for Sierra Leone and the African Commission and African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights.
TOBY CADMAN | Leading lawyer in international criminal law, international humanitarian law, international terrorism, maritime security, extradition and human rights law. He has represented governments, opposition political parties, international organisations, military leaders and civilians in many high profile international trials and investigations.

Date and Time

Thu, 18 January 2018
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM GMT


The Wesley London Euston Hotel, Asbury Space,

81-103 Euston Street,

London NW1 2EZ

Nearest stations: Euston or Euston Square

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Arab Organization for Human Rights in the UK

Arab Organisation for Human Rights in the UK believes that transparency and plainness  in work are among the most important pillars of humanitarian  work. It permanently strives to publish facts in full however painful they are  in an independent and impartial manner . It also works to extend bridges of trust with the victims regardless of their beliefs,religion or race to help build a strong human and legal platform advocating those whose rights have been violated and were cut off as a result of the behaviour of the executive  organs in the countries where the  practice of  repression and tyranny prevails.