Professor Adah Kay will present projections from Ariella Azoulay’s study of archive photographs ‘From Palestine to Israel’ and discuss the continuous process of Palestinian denationalisation and dedevelopment from 1948 until today.
Adah Kay’s recent book ‘Unfree in Palestine’ which shockingly exposes the process by which millions of Palestinians have been denationalised by the web of bureaucracy, discrimination, blacklisting and induced transfer that Israeli authorities have used to control the Palestinian population. The book calls for international justice and inclusive security – in place of discrimination and division.
Followed by an audience discussion with the author. All welcome!
***Delicious Middle-Eastern food by Alia***
Adah Kay trained in social anthropology and urban planning and has worked in local government, universities and NGOs . She and her husband Tom lived and worked in the West Bank from 2002-6 – where Adah researched and co wrote Stolen Youth: the Politics of Israel’s Detention of Palestinian Children and more recently Unfree in Palestine : Registration Documentation and Movement Restriction with Nadia Abu-Zahra. Adah remains actively involved in pro Palestinian initiatives and travels regularly to the West Bank.
Doors open 7pm, event starts: 7.30pm. Free entry.
at Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston E8 4AA Junction with Kingsland Road, behind The Haggerston Pub.
CATASTROPHE CLUB: Film and discussion events
Organised by Hackney Palestine Solidarity Campaign