In Human rights, Palestine, Peace, Poverty

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Last October and November Katie Miranda hosted a series of excellent in-depth interviews for her blog Palestine: What’s working, what’s not in which she talks with academics,  activists and influencers. These discussions offer a range of opinions about the possibilities for Palestinian self-determination and hopes for peace in the Middle East.

NCW will be publishing the interviews two at a time over the coming weeks but it is also possible to see them all by visiting this link: Palestine: What’s working, what’s not 

For more information visit Miftah

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Haidar Eid

Haidar Eid is Associate Professor of Postcolonial and Postmodern Literature at Gaza’s al-Aqsa University in Palestine. He has published papers on cultural Studies and literature in a number of journals and books .He has also written widely on the Arab-Israeli conflict. He is also a policy advisor with Al-Shabaka, the Palestinian Policy Network and on the advisory board of The Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel. His books are Worlding (Post)modernism: Interpretive Possibilities of Critical Theory and Countering the Nakba: One State for All

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Ramah Kudaimi

Ramah Kudaimi is the Director of Grassroots Organizing at the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights and serves on the National Committee of the War Resisters League.

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