Israeli occupation forces continue to besiege the Gaza Strip and storm Palestinian cities in the West Bank, killing Palestinians and carrying out illegal arrests and house demolitions.
The Al Aqsa Mosque has been raided by Israeli settlers, ministers, deputies, army and police forces recently, whilst an additional six Palestinian security agencies with an annual budget of over one billion dollars are permanently in place to subjugate and suppress civilian activists.
At present the situation looks ever more dire for the Palestinian community. In light of this, the Arab Organisation for Human Rights in the UK, warmly invites you to attend a seminar and discussion on the human rights situation in Palestine.
Lawyers from leading law firms, experts and campaigners, will discuss the situation and ways in which pressure can be brought to bear on the Israeli occupation government, to end its policy of violating Palestinian civilians’ basic human rights.
British-Palestinian engineering professor based at the University of Birmingham and a longstanding campaigner for justice, especially for the Palestinian people. He is vice chair of the British Palestinian Policy Council (BPPC) and a member of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC). He appears regularly in the media as commentator on Middle East issues.
Pupil barrister at Temple Garden Chambers
Lifelong activist and campaigner against racism.
Author and Vice Chair of CND.
Middle East Monitor
Human rights lawyer from ADDAMEER (Arabic for conscience) Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association
A researcher at AOHR UK focusing on human rights challenges in the Middle East.
Date and Time
Wed, 16 January 2019
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM GMT
Room name: Hilda clark 2&3, Friends House
173-177 Euston Rd
Nearest Tube Stations: Euston; Euston Square; King’s Cross St Pancreas