Palestine Place coming to London!

Facebook solidarity?

There have been widespread discussions regarding social media as a mobilising instrument, perhaps even that which enabled political action in and through the Arab uprisings. It is also seen to have had the unprecedented effect of “duplicating” such political action across several political contexts. However, the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, and the “chain reactions” … Continue reading

Big opening this Saturday!

Notes from Palestine Place first public meeting – Thursday 24th May 7-9pm

Introduced by Ewa Jasiewicz, activist, journalist and Gaza flotilla organiser, and Frank Barat, Russell Tribunal on Palestine coordinator, and Abdel Razzaq Takriti, Palestinian activist and political historian. Abdel Razzaq Takriti – A Brief History of Modern Palestine Israeli independence is for Palestinians the Nakba – the catastrophe. The humanitarian Nakba began, as most know, in … Continue reading

Tat List/Wish List of Items

In this section of our site, you will find a list of many of the items we expect to need whilst in the space. We are hoping we can beg/borrow/steal/blag as many of them as possible; but it would be great if you/your group have any of these items you would be willing to donate/monetary … Continue reading

First Public meeting – come and meet us, get involved!

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First Open group meeting – Thursday 24th May

Thursday 24/05/2012 – First public meeting As part of the impending arrival of the Palestine Place, we are holding our first public meeting one week today @ G3 in Soas Universtiy. The event is likely to include a guest speaker (TBC) and aims to bring together a wide range of people to build momentum for … Continue reading

First Open group meeting – Thursday 24/05/2012

As part of the impending arrival of the Palestine Place, we are holding our first public meeting one week today @ G3 in Soas Universtiy. The event is likely to include a guest speaker (TBC) and aims to bring together a wide range of people to build momentum for the upcoming Palestine Place Project. Bring, … Continue reading

Palestine Place is coming to London soon!

Palestine Place is coming to London soon!

Hosting an event

Hosting an event If you or your group would like to run a workshop/training/discussion, show a film, or host any kind of event on one of the days please contact us at palesineplace(at)riseup(dot)net. We ask that those wishing to host events are willing to act within the parameters of our defined politics, which are solidified around … Continue reading