The creation of a Palestine work group within Intercoll is an imperative in the sense that what happens in Palestine is central in social movements today.

The work group already benefits by bringing researchers and activists involved close to Palestinians. t proposes to drive exchanges on the imposed situation in Palestine and Palestinians by the Nakba nearly 70 years ago, between those that base their practice of research and/or activism on the roots and manifestations of this situation. It acts on the construction of international thought on Palestine, for action.