TALKS AND RECORDINGS
Palestinian lawyer and award winning author Raja Shehadeh, using recently discovered papers from his father, gives a fascinating talk about Britain’s role in Palestine around the end of the Mandate
Arabella Dorman – The Audacity of Hope – February 2021
Internationally acclaimed artist Arabella Dorman hosts an illustrated talk about her journey as a war artist across the Middle East and Afghanistan over the past 15 years.
Dr. Ardi Imseis, Assistant Professor of Law, Faculty of Law at Queen’s University, Canada and former UN legal advisor discusses factors that capture the prevailing situation for a two-state settlement to be achieved.
In Conversation with Leila Sansour – December 2020
Palestinian/British film director Leila Sansour shares “Open Bethlehem” – a film where she spent 10 years both documenting the encapsulation of Bethlehem and also mounting a campaign to save the city.
Retired diplomat and former British Consul General in Jerusalem, Sir Vincent Fean gives a compelling talk of his opinion of how the US election results will affect the circumstances in Palestine/Israel.
Jerusalem: From Past Divisions to a Shared Future? – October 2020
An all-day conference from the history to the future of the Holy City of Jerusalem by several respected historians, politicians, and faith leaders.
British journalist Ian Black, a visiting senior fellow at the Middle East Centre, LSE, gives a comprehensive talk on the Zionist attitudes during the British Mandate.
Dr Alon Liel is a former director-general of the Foreign Ministry of Israel and was also Israel’s ambassador to South Africa. Dr Liel outlines in this talk some of the current Israeli Government strategies and explains the illegality of annexation.
British freelance writer and former BBC’s Middle East Correspondent in Beirut, Tim Llewellyn, analyses the British media’s coverage of the Israel – Palestine conflict.
Toppling Balfour, a talk by Sarah Helm – July 2020
Sarah Helm, a British journalist and non-fiction writer, who also worked as a correspondent for The Sunday Times and The Independent, expresses colonial enterprise behind the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
John McHugo, Trustee of the Balfour Project, international lawyer, and historian elaborates on the historic responsibility of Britain leaving Mandate Palestine in chaos.
Former Policy Director and Interim Chief Executive of The Elders, Founder and executive director of Geo-Political Advisory Services (GPAS), Andrew Whitley, talks about the historical background to present, the situation of the Jewish and Palestinian people, and what the UN and UK contribute to the Israel – Palestine conflict.
Sir Vincent Fean, a retired diplomat, former British consul general to Jerusalem, and Balfour Project Trustee discusses the British accountability over the Palestine-Israel conflict from past to present-day.
EVENTS AND CONFERENCES
Tragedy in Gaza: Britain’s Legacy, Scotland’s Role – March 2019
Britain Palestine Israel – 70 years on – May 2018
Report of Britain’s Broken Promise: Time for a New Approach – October 2017
How will we mark the centenary of the Balfour Declaration – November 2016
‘Britain in Palestine’ shown in UK Parliament – May 2016
Britain and Palestine: past history & future role – October 2015
Summaries of Durham Conference – October 2015
The Balfour Project comes to the Scottish Parliament – January 2015
Broken promises: Britain in Palestine – November 2012