TODAY: tune in to a rare opportunity to hear about life – and resistance – in the Aida Refugee Camp in Bethlehem.
Munther Amira is a refugee himself: he was born in the Aida camp and still lives there. He has developed and led a movement of popular, non-violent resistance. Today he will talk about life in the camp and the reality of occupation.
“Popular Resistance and the Refugee Experience”
Saturday, 9th January
15.45: live music
Conversation with Munther Amira,
Human Rights Defender
direct from Aida Refugee Camp in Bethlehem
Organised by the UK-Palestine Mental Health Network
Hosted by Café Palestine Nineteen
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