The first weeks in September welcomes the beginning of semester for students around the world. After your summer vacation, you may be wondering whether the sacrifices you make to go to university- waking up early, attending boring lectures, missing out on chilling with your friends- is all really that worth it (especially with ever-rising tuition … Continue reading First Day Back: Palestinian Student Life Under Occupation.
Would you like to learn more about Israel and Palestine, and obtain a perspective that goes beyond the media stories? Would you like to meet with journalists, human rights activists, NGO representatives, refugees and other Palestinians and Israelis who experience the conflict in their daily life? Would you like to become active in an international … Continue reading FFIPP Internship 2017-2018
Our next event (though not our last of this year - see the below post for information about our lecture on Palestinian children being held in Israeli detention) is a very collaborative effort. On Wednesday the 22nd June we want to invite you to join us at Zaal 100 for an evening of delicious food and beautiful music. Wednesday’s … Continue reading Food at Zaal 100
Children around the world are sadly often the victims of armed conflict. In 2014, Palestine became party to the International Convention on the Rights of the Child. Despite the fact that many provisions of this Convention are binding upon Israel, many Palestinian children live in fear and experience numerous violations of their rights. In April a … Continue reading Lecture: Palestinian children in Israeli detention
Op 5 april bieden wij het podium aan Anja Meulenbelt, een schrijfster, feministe, activiste en politica. In 1994 ging zij voor het eerst naar Gaza en sindsdien zet zij zich in voor de rechten van de Palestijnen. Ook is zij de oprichter van Stichting Kifaia die een organisatie ondersteunt die community based gezondheidszorg organiseert voor … Continue reading Event met Anja Meulenbelt
Each summer FFIPP chapters send a number of students to Israel / Palestine to learn more about the situation there, with the aim ultimately of sharing some of this information with others in the chapter country. This year the summer program runs from 10 July - 14 August, and on the 23rd February 2016 at CREA cafe … Continue reading Information night: 23rd February 2016
On 21st January 2016 the FFIPP Educational network for human rights in Palestine / Israel will host researchers from docP and SOMO. Together we invite you to come along to CREA café, Amsterdam at 20:00 and hear representatives from these organizations share some of their knowledge about products exported from illegal settlements, and how they … Continue reading Lecture: Products that come from illegal settlements