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Sealing their fate: A conference and photo exhibition regarding the wall’s implications for Palestinian life

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The photograph exhibition, A Barrier to Learning, was launched on Sunday with 400 listening to lectures by Dr Azmi Bishara, Prof Iain Scobbie and Victor Kattan on the implications of the wall on Palestinians.

Organised by SOAS Palestine Society and Friends of Birzeit University, the photo exhibition, which includes photos by Birzeit University students from the Right to Education Photography Project, portrays the wall’s impact on Palestinian students.

Open everyday 9am to 8pm Monday 24th to Thursday 27th January 2005

SOAS Student Union Common Room, School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG

To host the photo exhibition, please contact SOAS Palestine Society palsoc@soas.ac.uk or Friends of Birzeit University.

SOAS Palestine Society and Friends of Birzeit University present:

Sealing Their Fate:

The Wall’s Implications for Palestinian Life

Sunday 23rd January at 3pm

DR. AZMI BISHARA
Member of Israeli Knesset
Former head of Birzeit University’s Department of Philosophy

VICTOR KATTAN
Arab Media Watch

PROF. IAIN SCOBBIE
Director of the Sir Joseph Hotung Research Programme, SOAS

DR. MUSHTAQ KHAN
Associate Dean, Law and Social Sciences, SOAS

Followed by a photography exhibition showing the wall’s impact on Palestinian students, including photographs by Birzeit University students who are taking part in the Right to Education Photography Project

“A Barrier to Learning”

Refreshments will be served

Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre, School of Oriental and African Studies,
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG

Organised in association with London Middle East Institute, SOAS

Free event but space limited. Please reserve: palsoc@soas.ac.uk or 020 7832 1341

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