On 29 November each year, the world stands in solidarity with the people of Palestine. To mark that occasion in 2021, Sabeel Australia hosted a global webinar timed so that Sabeel members and other interested people around the world can participate at the same time. Video | Handout | Keynote | PowerPoint LIBERATING THEOLOGY, RESISTING… Continue reading International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People
Month: October 2021
Who are we?
SABEEL AUSTRALIA Who are we? We are not simply a group of Australians who support the Sabeel Center in Jerusalem and Nazareth. Rather, we are the Sabeel community in Australia. In our own context, we look to Scripture and tradition for insights and encouragement as we face down the tentacles of empire. We serve as… Continue reading Who are we?
Food sovereignty in Palestine
Join Nasser Mashni, 3CR presenter & Vice President of APAN (the Australia Palestine Advocacy Network), as he hosts a global discussion on food sovereignty in Palestine. Coinciding with World Food Day, Saturday the 16th, this conversation will feature guests & voices from an international network of food justice champions & agencies. REGISTER
In conversation with Noam Chomsky
In this year’s tribute to Edward Said, Noam Chomsky talks with Dr Sam Shahid from Australian Friends of Palestine Associastioon (AFOPA) about Palestine, in a conversation that can be viewed from anywhere. In conversation with Noam Chomsky will be streamed online at 7.00 pm ACDT on Sunday 7 November. Register to view In Conversation with… Continue reading In conversation with Noam Chomsky
Beyond two states
Jonathan Kuttab on Beyond the two-state solution – The role of the UK – 28 October – 3.00PM LONDON time register here Jonathan Kuttab is co-founder of the Palestinian human rights group Al-Haq and Nonviolence International. He is also Executive Director of Friends of Sabeel North America. A well-known international human rights attorney, Jonathan practices… Continue reading Beyond two states
An edited extract from Dateline Jerusalem: Journalism’s Toughest Assignment by John Lyons, published on October 1 as part of Monash University Publishing’s In the National Interest series. SMH OpEd Dateline Jerusalem book