Launch of KEYS: A Troubled Inheritance Podcast – Sept 2023
Screening of the documentary film Britain in Palestine 1917 – 1948 – Apr 2023
Bashir Bashir on Equal Rights for All in Palestine/Israel – February 2022
Q&A with Palestinian Director Farah Nabulsi – November 2021
Hannah Weisfeld on Ending the Occupation for the good of all – September 2021
Mapping Palestine: an online exhibition – July 2021
Eugene Rogan – Neither Pro-Zionist nor Pro-Arab but Pro-Empire: A Re-assessment of British Policy in the Palestine Mandate – June 2021
Eugene Rogan, an American Historian, Fellow, and Director of the Middle East Centre at St. Antony’s College, narrates the history of British imperialism and re-examine the mandate for Palestine.
Israel/Palestine: in search of the rule of law, 2 day conference – May 2021
Moderated by conservative lawyers, politicians, and historians, this 2-day virtual conference discusses the Israel-Palestine conflict’s Rule of Law and Human Rights.
Nadia Hijab on Moving Beyond Statehood Debates and on to How We Get There – May 2021
Palestinian political analyst Nadia Hijab, a co-founder, and President of Al-Shabaka speaks on the controversial question for the future state for Palestinians and what can be made to achieve Palestinian’s hope.
John Lyndon – Northern Ireland & Israel/Palestine: what two differing paradigms can teach us about conflict resolution – April 2021
John Lyndon, Executive Director of Alliance for Middle East Peace (Allmep), talks on North Ireland and Israel/Palestine as having common affliction might attain conflict resolution.
Rev Dr Munthur Isaac – Christian Zionism as Imperial Theology – March 2021
Rev Dr Munther Isaac is a Palestinian Christian pastor at Bethlehem Christmas Church and Academic Dean at Bethlehem Bible College. He shares his perspective of Christian Zionism as more than just a theological belief – it is an Imperial Theology.
Raja Shehadeh – Britain and Palestine, a family history – March 2021
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.
Ardi Imseis – Unfinished Business: Why the United Kingdom Must Now Recognise the State of Palestine – January 2021
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.
Sir Vincent Fean – How will the US Presidential Elections Affect the Israel/Palestine Conflict? – November 2020
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.
Ian Black on Unseen question? Zionism and the Palestinians under the British Mandate – October 2020
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.
Former Israeli Ambassador Dr. Alon Liel – Is the failed formal annexation attempt a regional turning point? – September 2020
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.
Tim Llewellyn on The Crafting of the News: the British media and the Israel-Palestine Question – August 2020
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.