Plans are going into place for the next youth exchange in the CADFA Ma’an-Together project, funded by Erasmus+ (European Union). Young people from France, Palestine and the UK will join in the UK for the third youth exchange of this exciting project, following our exchanges in France last October and Palestine this April. The next exchange has a focus on young people expressing themselves in media, and we’re really pleased … Read More →
This was the main room for the CADFA conference (the events room at Cafe Palestina) on Saturday 14th July before the conference started. Once it started, we had a very energetic and positive conference and would like to thank everyone who spoken and everyone who came. Here is the conference report (with some pictures taken on a very full day).
Here’s the events room at CADFA ready for the conference today – so looking forward to a useful discussion in our new home. We have good speakers lined up for our conference – but it won’t be all listening! We will have workshops and films as well as talks in person and on Skype by Abdulwahab Sabbah (Abu Dis), Dr Munir Nusseibeh and Hiyam Elyan (Jerusalem) – Our guest from … Read More →
We’ve been drawing your attention for some time to the Israeli pressures on the Bedouin villages east of Abu Dis which they want to evacuate and demolish in order to expand their own settlements around Jerusalem. This is cruel, unfair, internationally illegal and amounts to ethnic cleansing – It emphasises strongly the apartheid of the Israeli occupation. Today’s news and videos were appalling – the Israeli bulldozers moved in and … Read More →
We’re looking forward to CADFA’s conference 2018 which will take place on 14th July. The conference will bring members together for an update on the serious situation in Palestine in summer 2018 as well as a discussion on the next steps for CADFA as an organisation promoting human rights in Palestine. We are looking forward to hearing from speakers from Abu Dis, Jerusalem and from the Bedouin village of Jabal al- Baba as well as … Read More →
The human rights report from Abu Dis, May 2018 describes a particularly terrible month in Abu Dis and Palestine as a whole, of course. The conflict moved to another stage of rawness in all the areas of racist and unequal treatment of Palestinians by the Israeli government and military. The US decision to move its embassy to Jerusalem (despite the previous international consensus against) seemed to signal a dramatic upturn … Read More →