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Palestine Unlocked 2016 Events

21-23rd May 2016 - Palestine in Oxford

SATURDAY 21st May

Attacks on Non-Violent Resistance to Illegal Military Occupation
10AM - 12PM / St Antony’s College 62 Woodstock Rd, OX2 6JF

Siege and Survival in Gaza: The Impact on Health and Human Rights
2PM - 4PM / EP Abraham Lecture Theatre Green Templeton College 43 Woodstock Rd, OX2 6HG

'Flavour of Palestine' Celebration
7PM - 10PM / Stonehill Barn, Drayton, Abingdon Oxfordshire OX14 4AA.
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SUNDAY 22 MAY

The Twice Promised Land: Britain’s Role in Creating 100 Years of Conflict in Palestine
3:30PM - 5:30 PM / St Margaret’s Institute Polstead Rd, OX2 6TN

 
MONDAY 23 MAY

Human Rights for Palestinian Prisoners with Sir Stephen Sedley and William Parry
7PM / Investcorp Building The Middle East Centre, St Antony’s College 68 Woodstock Rd, Oxford OX2 6JF

 
OCTOBER 2016

From Oxford to Palestine: Join a Unique Cultural Journey to Palestine
West Bank, Palestine

 
Entrance: Most of our events are free and on a donation only basis unless otherwise stated. Suggested donation £7
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Saturday 21st May / 10am – 12pm: Attacks on Non-Violent Resistance to Illegal Military Occupation

Israeli sanctions on Palestinians, BDS, and other non-violent strategies for resisting illegal military occupation: The Reasons for the New Uprising 10AM – 12PM / St Antony’s College, 62 Woodstock Rd, OX2 6JF Speaker: Dr Mustafa Barghouti, General Secretary, Palestine National Initiative (Mubadara), Ramallah, Palestine Chair: Dr Avi Shlaim, Senior Research Fellow, St Antony’s College, University of […]

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Saturday 21st May / 2pm – 4pm: Siege and Survival in Gaza: The Impact on Health and Human Rights

Siege and Survival in Gaza: The Impact on Health and Human Rights 2PM – 4PM / EP Abraham Lecture Theatre, Green Templeton College, 43 Woodstock Rd OX2 6HG “The non-lethal effects of the 2009 and 2014 military assaults on the population of the Gaza Strip” Speaker: Dr Rita Giacaman, Founding Director, Institute of Community and Public Health, Birzeit University, Palestine […]

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Saturday 21st May / 7pm – 10pm: ‘Flavour of Palestine’ Celebration

‘Flavour of Palestine’ Celebration Saturday 21st May, 7PM – 10PM / Stonehill Barn, Drayton, Abingdon Oxfordshire OX14 4AA. An Evening of Music, Culture & Food: Fundraising Celebration for the 2017 Palestine Unlocked Festival. Entertainment from acclaimed musicians using traditional and contemporary Arabic instruments, mouth-watering wholesome Palestinian food from a hip cafe in Oxford, auction & raffle with a special […]

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Sunday 22nd May / 3:30PM – 5:30PM: The Twice Promised Land: Britain’s Role in Creating 100 Years of Conflict in Palestine

The Twice Promised Land: Britain’s Role in Creating 100 Years of  Conflict in Palestine 3:30PM – 5:30PM / St Margaret’s Institute, Polstead Rd, OX2 6TN Introductory Speaker and Chair: Karl Sabbagh, British-Palestinian writer, documentary maker, and publisher. Panel members: ▪ Mustafa Barghouti, Palestine National Initiative (Mubadara), Ramallah, Palestine ▪ Rita Giacaman, Birzeit University, Palestine ▪ Jeremy […]

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Monday 23rd May / 7pm: Human Rights for Palestinian Prisoners with Sir Stephen Sedley and William Parry

Human Rights for Palestinian Prisoners with Sir Stephen Sedley and William Parry (Event run by Oxford Ramallah Friendship Association – ORFA) 7PM / Investcorp Building, The Middle East Centre, St Antony’s College, 68 Woodstock Rd, OX2 6JF Short film and panel discussion with: Sir Stephen Sedley – co-author of the report ‘Children in Military Custody’ (2012), […]

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21st – 23rd May 2016 – Palestine Unlocked

Organisations and individuals from across Oxford came together to hosting the city’s first festival to celebrate Palestinian life and culture in 2015. Entitled ‘Palestine Unlocked’, the festival ran during the month of June in a range of city venues from Pegasus Theatre in East Oxford to Barefoot Books in Summertown including the Phoenix Picturehouse, several Oxford […]

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Help bring Palestine to Oxford

Palestine Unlocked is funded entirely by individuals and run by volunteers who give their time and skills. We make no profit and our aim is to simply keep Palestine on the agenda in Oxford by celebrating Palestinian Life and Culture.

Most of our events are free and we only ask for donations. We can only continue running Palestine Unlocked festivals with your kind donations! If you would like to contribute, please click on the PayPal links or 'Donate' at the top of this page.