Report from Nakba: Then and Now conference

Nakba: Then and Now – Day-School Conference at London’s Mander Hall – Saturday 14th May 2016 On Saturday 14th May hundreds of supporters of Palestine came together to learn about and discuss the Nakba – the dispossession and displacement of Palestinians from 1948 to today. The PSC event marked the 68th anniversary of the Nakba…

Report from a celebration of Palestinian culture

Nakba Day Commemoration: ‘Registered Alive’ at the Courtyard Theatre, London – Sunday 15th May 2016 On Sunday 15th May Palestinians around the world commemorated 68 years of their catastrophe – their forced removal from their homes and lands to which they have never been allowed to return. In London PSC marked the day with a…

Stories of dispossession: Four Palestinians tells us what the Nakba means to them

Haya Al Farra, Mahmoud Zware, Kamel Hawwash, and Ben Jamal on what the Nakba means to them. Haya Al Farra works at the Palestinian Mission in London. Her parents, along with their families, lost their homes and land in Palestine when Israel was created in 1948. Like millions of Palestinians across the globe, Haya continues…

Press release: PSC joins in global Nakba commemorations this weekend

The anniversary of the Palestinians’ dispossession and violent removal from their indigenous land in 1948 will be commemorated across the globe this weekend. Across continents, from Australia to South America, Europe to Africa and North America, events will be held on 15 May to mark what is known to Palestinians as the Nakba. In London,…

Palestine Conference Saturday 14 May in London

Nakba: then and now – Palestine from 1948 to today Day-School Conference – Saturday 14th May 2016 To register: www.palestinecampaign.org/events/day-school-conference/   Join us at London’s Mander Hall for a Day-School Conference on the Nakba: Then and Now. Supported by the NUT. Prof. Nur Masalha, a Palestinian historian currently based at SOAS University of London, will speak about the…