Palestine: best prospect for peace? — Jeff Halper

Israeli Anthropologist Professor Jeff Halper

Coordinator of the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD) Public Lecture Series:

‘A Rights-Based Approach to the Israel-Palestine Conflict: The Best Prospect for Peace’

Monday 16 March 2009

6pm – 8pm

Undumbi Room, Level 5

Queensland Parliament House

(entry via Parliamentary Annexe)

Hosted by Evan Moorehead MP

State Member for Waterford

RSVP: Waterford@parliament.qld.gov.au or 3200 3477

AND ‘FROM SECURITY TO OCCUPATION- REFRAMING HOW WE SEE THE ISRAELI-PALESTINE CONFLICT’
GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY
MONDAY 16TH MARCH 1-3PM
Law Building, N61_-2.06, Griffith University (Nathan Campus)

Jeff Halper is an Israeli Professor of Anthropology and the Coordinator of the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD), a non-violent Israeli peace and human rights organisation that resists the Israeli Occupation on the ground. He grew up in the US and received his PhD in Cultural and Applied Anthropology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee before moving to Israel in 1973. Prof Halper’s academic work focuses on the history of Jerusalem in the modern era, contemporary Israeli culture, nationalism and the Middle East conflict. He is the author of Obstacles to Peace, a resource manual of articles and maps on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, published by ICAHD. His new book, An Israeli in Palestine, on his work against the Occupation, is published by Pluto Press. He was nominated by the American Friends Service Committee for the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize.
Organised by Just Peace Queensland and Labor 4A Just Palestine
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