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A report in Arabic on the recent CADFA visit to the UK

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the final visit of the Ma’an project which evaluated that project and also included a very good conference, a celebration of 15 years of Camden-Abu Dis links and meetings at universities and with policy makers خبر صحفي لمشروع معاً للتبادل الشبابي لندن  

Let’s Talk about Palestine

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Thanks to everyone who contributed to this evening talking about the recent visit to Palestine with Cadfa, describing the warm welcome they appreciated and the shock at what they learned of Palestinians’ life under occupation. They were struck by many things including the checkpoints, the soldiers’ behaviour to Palestinians, the threats to Jabal al Baba and Khan al Ahmar, the pressures on Jerusalemites and the appalling situation in Hebron old city. The evening … Read More →

CADFA’s November update

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Please see our Update at this link and note the many things coming up – We hope you can join some of them! https://www.dropbox.com/s/r11j0otsl4ey742/Update%20November%2018.pdf?dl=0

Public events during the Ma’an project youth visit

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Preparations are in full swing for the next youth exchange in the CADFA Ma’an-Together project which will take place later in September. The first two youth exchanges in this project were in France in October last year and in Palestine in April this year – this exchange in the UK draws on the discussions of anti-discrimination and human rights during those projects and will focus on 2getting our voice outwards” … Read More →

CADFA Update September 2018

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Please find the September CADFA update attached with lots of our  news and things coming up. https://www.dropbox.com/s/5fq7g6m1a0hotz5/CADFA%20Update%20Sept%2018.pdf?dl=0

CADFA statement in relation to the IHRA definition of anti-semitism and free speech on Israel/ Palestine

CADFA as a charity doesn’t stand for or promote any political party and this statement addresses the crisis within the Labour Party because of its wider implications for everyone in Britain working for human rights, in particular in relation to Palestine.   We urge the Labour NEC and also those responsible for other parties, councils, the government and public bodies NOT to adopt the full IHRA definition of anti-semitism and in … Read More →