Professor Ilan Pappe addresses an audience at Sheffield Hallam University on Monday 20th January. He makes the point that Trump may be more energetic in his anti Palestinian stance but essentially the pro Zionist approach taken by America is systemic and not dependent on a single person.
To mark Sheffield Palestine Women’s Scholarship Fund 10th Anniversary, we are holding a celebration event on International Women’s Day, March 8th 2017 in Sheffield Town Hall at 7pm.
Full information here: International Womens Day Event
Hosted by the Lord Mayor, Denise Fox, with songs from Sheffield Socialist Choir, stories from our scholarship students, speeches from Sheffield PSC activist Musheir El Farra and Palestinian woman speaker Kholoud Al Ajarma on the power of women’s education.
All welcome to celebrate how Sheffield has shown its solidarity with Palestinian women students in Gaza, Palestine.
Event is part of SheFest
Sheffield’s cinema Palestino film season has been a fixture for 8 years now. This year we are showing 3000 Nights, an award winning film set in a Israeli women’s prison contratsing the britality of her treatment with the care given to new life and community
We are also showing a documentary by Hind Shoufani about her father, Elias Shoufani, academic, activist and exile. Winner of Best Non-European Documentary at the European Independent Film Festival, Paris this film is a personal, poetic and political archive and interview journey to discover family history.
More about these films is here;
Deputy Mayor, Anne Murphy, welcomes the Lajee dancers to Sheffield. Later enjoying pizzza in Endlciffe park.
More photos here
What better image can there be of cultural resistance to occupation than dancing under the separation wall. In spite of the occupation, destruction of civil life and countless barriers to cultural engagement, Palestine, Palestinians and their culture does not go away, or become invisible.
Please give these young peole the warmest possible welcome to Sheffield and see the Lajee dancers next Saturday