7:15 pm - 9:00 pm
Quaker Meeting House
St James Street, S1
Malaka Mohammed, who has been given a scholarship by Sheffield University after a campaign by the University Palestine Society, will talk about her experiences of life as a student living under siege and contrast it with her experience as a student in Sheffield.
Following her traumatic departure from Gaza through the mostly closed Rafah border and then across the lawless Sinai desert to Cairo airport, Malaka has lost no time in travelling the country to speak at universities about life under siege in Gaza and the wider problems of living in an Apartheid state for all Palestinians, while studying for a Masters degree in International Law and Politics.