Working groups

The purpose of a working group is to build a debate support dossier, a sort of strategic thinking "kit" and "tools" for those working on behalf of social movements, which will be freely available and freely distributed. Each group shall set up its own working method. Each working group will have at least one group leader. The group may be conducted in partnership with one or more magazines, websites and/or publishers. The dossier shall consist of articles, interviews and other relevant documents. The issues and visions of the social movements will be the focal point. They will also try to address different points of view depending on the regions, the languages, the types of movements, and the topics.

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Muna El-Kurd and Mohammed El-Kurd

, by Sanya Mansoor

Through online posts and media appearances, sibling activists [Mohammed and Muna El-Kurd-> provided the world with a window into living under occupation in East Jerusalem this spring—helping to prompt an international shift in rhetoric in regard to (...)

Our June Selection

, by PeopleKonsian

In this June 2021 selection: a compilation in support of Spanish rapper Pablo Hasél, Palestinian rappers as catalysts for mobilisation, interviews with committed hip hop artists who use their music as a tool for resistance and emancipation.

Hamas breaks out of its Gaza cage

, by Amjad Iraqi

The Islamist movement surprised Israel and the international community when it intervened on the back of a popular uprising in Jerusalem. But some Palestinians remain wary of cooptation, says analyst Tareq Baconi.

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On B’Tselem’s Apartheid

, by As-Safir Al-Arabi, Majd Kayyal

The change of position of the Israeli organisation "B’Tselem", which now refers to the regime in the areas under Israeli control as "apartheid", has triggered many debates on the reasons for this change of position and its reception at the international level. They are in fact explained by the influence of Israeli, American and European political interests on the work and motivations of human rights institutions.

Palestine: Resuming the offensive

, by Mustafa Barghouti

The occupation government continues to intensify its exactions in a number of areas. This shows the importance of the leaked statement by US diplomats to their international counterparts regarding the non-compliance with UN Resolutions 242 and 338 and other international resolutions.

Demilitarization for Deep Decarbonization

, by Lorincz Tamara

We are on a path toward dangerous climate change without a radical restructuring of our economy and energy systems. That is the stark scenario presented in the latest working group reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Over the past decade, almost ten gigatonnes of (...)


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