Israeli Apartheid Week

A record 74 cities across the world are conducting Israeli Apartheid Week activities including four cities from Australia.

Check out the range of activities at http://apartheidweek.org/

It would also be great if as many people as possible can help promote the broad range of events in Brisbane. (See the list of activities on the IAW site).

The regular JFP meeting is on this Wednesday at the QCU building at 6pm.

As you can see from the site we are now linked into the global Palestine solidarity network and global BDS campaign.

These events provide a great opportunity to reach out to people and help mobilise their support for the struggle for justice and freedom in Palestine.

Thanks
Phil Monsour

http://www.philmonsour.com/
http://www.youtube.com/PhilMonsour
http://www.myspace.com/philmonsour
http://www.facebook.com/people/Phil-Monsour/674368570
http://itunes.apple.com/au/artist/phil-monsour/id417508638?ign-mpt=uo%3D4

2 thoughts on “Israeli Apartheid Week

  1. Justice for Palestine information stalls says:

    Hi everyone,

    There will be two more Justice for Palestine information stalls this week to help publicise the Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) events. Please drop by if you can help out or if you would like to pick up information to distribute about IAW:

    Wednesday March 15 (tomorrow)
    Uni of Qld, 12-2pm
    near the bus stop/lakes

    Sunday March 20
    Northey St Markets, Windsor, 8-10am
    For map: http://www.nscf.org.au/?page_id=2

    For more information about Israeli Apartheid Week, go to: http://brisbane.apartheidweek.org/

    in solidarity,
    Kathy

  2. Film: Return to Gaza says:

    Thursday March 31

    ONE PLANET FILMS PRESENTS IN ASSOCIATION WITH DENOUX FILM PRODUCTIONS

    A Michael Weatherhead documentary

    Return to Gaza

    Return to Gaza provides deep personal insight from Fetah Sabawi, a Palestinian-Australian who travelled to Gaza in the hopes of founding a music school for refugees just prior to the ill-fated Palestinian elections in 2006. The film provides a revealing insight into the daily lives of Palestinians amongst the huge walls, check-points and constant military presence. 

    This screening will feature a discussion with director, Michael Weatherhead and Samah Sabawi – Australian-Palestinian writer, co-author of Journey to Peace in Palestine and a former executive director of the National Council on Canada Arab Relations.
     

    Brisbane premiere screening:
    Thursday March 31. 7pm, Schonell Cinema, University of Queensland

    Tickets: $10/$5 concession

    Documentary preview: [youtube=”\http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VelHixUXcsE]

    Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=191888767511588#!/event.php?eid=191888767511588

    Book early:

    Email: contact@justiceforpalestinebrisbane.org

    Phone: 0400 720 757


    Sat April 2 – QUT (Kelvin Grove)

    Teach in: Apartheid Is real

    1pm, Building Z2, Musk Avenue (near the corner of Kelvin Grove Rd)

    Featuring: Samah Sabawi, Australian-Palestinian writer: co-author of Journey to Peace in Palestine and a former executive director of the National Council on Canada Arab Relations.

    Sam Watson: Indigenous elder and participant in the anti-apartheid campaign against South Africa

    Phil Monsour: founder of Australian Artists Against Apartheid and organiser of Brisbane Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions campaign against Israel


    No Apartheid concert:

    Saturday April 16: No Apartheid Concert

    7pm at the Globe, Fortitude Valley.


    Justice for Palestine, Brisbane

    Email: contact@justiceforpalestinebrisbane.org

    Phone: 0400 720 757, 0401 586 923

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