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Webinars & Other Useful Resources

Sunday March 19th, 2023 

A Stranger in My Own Land

With Fida Jiryis, Palestinian author 

In this webinar, Fida, a Palestinian refugee, spoke about her return to “Palestine” at the age of twenty-two, only to find that her home country had been transformed into “Israel” and that her experience as a Palestinian would now be one of living as "a stranger in her own land". This evocative and thoughtful conversation covered such important questions as: Where is "home" for those Palestinian refugees displaced by the Nakba? What tensions and challenges do Palestinians refugees experience when returning to a land which is now under firm Israeli military and political control?


Friday February 24th, 2023
Is Israel really a “settler colonial” enterprise?

A discussion/debate with Professor Michaël Séguin and Arthur Milner, Canadian author and playwright

Wednesday January 18th , 2023
Why does Amnesty International say that Israel itself is an apartheid state?

With Sami Abu Shehada, Palestinian citizen of Israel, former member of the Israeli Knesset and current leader of the Balad party


Monday December 5th , 2022
What’s Changed In Israel/Palestine?

Report Of An Exploratory Trip By A Joint Delegation From CJPME, OFIP, And UNJPPI

Tuesday September 13th, 2022

The Challenges of Journalism under Israeli Occupation

Tuesday May 10th, 2022

Lubna Shomali on the Tragedy of the Palestinian Refugees

Thursday, April 21st, 2022

Jonathan Cook on "Is it fair to call Israel an Apartheid State?"

Wednesday, March 9, 2022

What about Hamas?

Monday, December 6, 2021,
"Is now the time for Canada to recognize the State of Palestine?" – Debate organized by Canadian International Council with David Matas and Peter Larson

Tuesday, December 7, 2021
"Why does the UN always criticize Israel with Michael Lynk", UN special rapporteur on Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

Six-Part Lecture Series: Israel/Palestine April 2017

Jerusalem – Between a Rock and a Hard Place (1 & 2)

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