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 bewoners in Gaza. In haar boek Kwart over Gaza gaat zij in op antisemitisme, islamofobie en het verband tussen de twee. Op 5 april zal verder ingaan op deze twee fenomenen en zal zij meer vertellen over haar boek.
Waar: Café CREA, Nieuwe Achtergracht 170
Datum: 5 April
Kost: Gratis voor studenten; Euro 5 voor anderen
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 Amsterdam some of 2015’s interns give some information about the internship, share some of their experiences of the program, and give information about how you can apply. The internship is only open to people who are students, and for them entrance is gratis.
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 find their way here to the Netherlands.
DocP is a Dutch research foundation committed to achieving a free Palestine. In collaboration and solidarity with the international movement of Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS), docP campaigns against companies who profit from the occupation. For more information about docP check out their website http://www.docp.nl
SOMO is a research foundation too, with a focus on ensuring fair and sustainable development for all. SOMO researchers recently reported on the Dutch supermarkets profiting from the ongoing occupation of Palestinian land and they will share some of their findings with us on this night. For more information about SOMO check out http://www.somo.nl
The event is free for students and Euro for non-students.
If you are interested in learning more about the trade of products grown in the Occupied Territories but exported by Israel to the Netherlands, come along on the 21st.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Would you like to learn more about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and obtain a perspective that goes beyond the media stories? Would you like to meet with journalists, human rights activists, settlers, 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 educational network of students promoting human rights in Israel/Palestine? Apply for the FFIPP Education Program 2015! For more information and the application form click: FFIPP Education Program 2015
FFIPP (Educational network for Human Rights in Palestine/Israel) in collaboration with Palestine Link is delighted to invite you to Amsterdam for the FFIPP Speaking Tour 2014 on EU policies regarding Israel/Palestine. From Paris to Amsterdam, through Bordeaux, Grenoble and Geneva, the Speaking Tour is aimed to raise awareness among students and academic staff about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and to promote a just peace in accordance with International Law.
For the last decades, the EU has always, and without respite, condemned the colonization policy in the Occupied Palestinian Territory for 3 major reasons: the Israeli settlements are illegal under international law, they constitute a “potential” obstacle to peace, and they make a two states solution impossible. In fact, there are contradictions in the European policy towards Israel. Indeed, while the constructions of illegal settlements continue its expansion, the EU prefers not to take any coercive measures.
The oncoming European Parliament elections are here to remind ourselves the rise of the EU on the international field, promoting human rights as a motivation for its diplomatic relations. Considering that, one could wonder how the EU, gaining power on the international scale, deals with one of the most acute situation of our times: the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and all its counterparts. From ex-colonial power to present commercial relations and development aid, the EU has a very special relationship with both nations, which is open to criticism and debate.
The conference will address, among other issues, the role of the European Union in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and the case of businesses invested in illegal settlements, labelling settlement products and EU’s commitments to respect and promote human rights.
The evening will take place at de Doelenzaal at the Universiteitsbibliotheek UvA.
ADDRESS: Singel 425, 1012 WP Amsterdam
Are you (interested in) applying to our 2014 summer internship program in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories? Do you have questions regarding the program, the application process, or the mission and values of FFIPP? Stop by our information evening! Meet with the current FFIPP-NL members who will gladly answer all your burning questions.
Next Tuesday (March 18, 2014) you’re more than welcome from 7.15 PM. The information session will start at 7.30 PM in one of the CREA studios: STUDIO 1.22. As a means of introduction, we will start with a brief overview of FFIPP as an (international) organization and talk about its mission and values. Afterwards, there will be plenty room for all of your questions regarding the internship, our partner organizations in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories, our activities in the Netherlands, Europe, Brazil and the US, and every other question you would like to ask. Hope to see you next Tuesday!
This summers’ program will take place from July 27th till August 31st, and consists of an orientation week during which we will highlight different aspects of the conflict and meet with actors with varying perspectives. This week is followed by a four week internship period at one of our partner organizations.
For more (basic) info, go to the tab “Summer Internship 2014”. Are you unable to attend our evening but do you want your questions answered nevertheless? Email us at email@example.com or write on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/FFIPPNL.