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Amnesty International UK, The Human Rights Action Centre
17-25 New Inn Yard , London, EC2A 3EA

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“Where should we go after the Last Frontiers?

Where should the Birds fly after the last sky?”


Where Should the Birds Fly, A film by Fida Qishta

A powerfully moving, provocative film. The stories of two resilient young Palestinian women struggling for normalcy in the cruel abnormality of Gaza.

Documentary film screening and panel discussion at Amnesty International, Wednesday 15th April, 7-9pm

Free admission

The film will be followed by a discussion and Q&A with panelists including:

  • Sarah Colborne, Director, Palestine Solidarity CampaignLayout 1
  • Rana Baker, SOAS graduate and activist from Gaza
  • Professor Halm Bresheeth, filmmaker, photographer and film studies scholar at SOAS
  • Emad Alqasim, Palestinian activist
  • Chaired by Dr Shohini Chaudhuri, Senior Lecturer in Film Studies at the University of Essex

Amnesty International UK

The Human Rights Action Centre

17-25 New Inn Yard




Tube: Liverpool Street/ Old Street

Overground: Shoreditch high Street


Organised by: Amnesty Hampstead & Belsize Campaigns Group

For more information and tickets, please go to:

Facebook: tinyurl.com/fb-birds-fly

Eventbrite: tinyurl.com/eb-birds-fly