critical Israelis in the Netherlands

Public events

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Panel Discussion: ‘Democracy under threat’

Wednesday, 7 November, 20:00 in CREA Amsterdam

      Israel’s recent ‘Jewish nation-state law’:  the threat it poses to democracy in Israel and the prospects of a just solution in Israel Palestine. Speakers: Dr. Afeef Safye, former Ambassador of Palestine in The Hague, Washington DC, Londonread more ›


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Presentation, discussion & dinner With Khaled Quzmar, General Director- Defense for Children international – Palestine section

Wednesday, 27 June, 18:30 in Hembrug & Zaandammer

The Palestinian Children Rights Coalition of which gate48 is a member, continues its campaign for the rights of Palestinian children, with the invitation to the Netherlands of the General Director of DCI- Palestine Khaled Quzmar. As a follow-up to theread more ›


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Israeli-Palestinian Memorial Day Ceremony: Live Screening + Discussion

Tuesday 17 April, 19.30-22.00 NieuwLand, Pieter Nieuwlandstraat 93, Amsterdam

gate48 in cooperation with NieuwLand will live-stream the Israeli-Palestinian Memorial Day Ceremony of Combatants for Peace and the Parents Forum in Amsterdam. We invite you to join us for the screening of this unique event and for a conversation aboutread more ›


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Passover: the Journey to Freedom

The third alternative Seder of gate48 & Isam Nadaf, Friday, the 30th of Mach, at 17:00 in Amsterdam.

Pesach in the Jewish tradition symbolizes the journey from slavery to freedom. The Hagada (the book of Pesach) tells the story of the Hebrew people as slaves in Egypt and their journey to freedom. Today, we celebrate this tradition asread more ›


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Beyond the Balfour Declaration: navigating everyday life in contemporary Israel/Palestine

Thursday 9 November 2017, 17:00 – 18:30 – Spui 25, Amsterdam

November 2017 marks the 100-year anniversary of the Balfour declaration, a public statement issued by the British government announcing support for the establishment of a national homeland for the Jewish people in Palestine. To mark the event, ACMES and ASCAread more ›


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Jerusalem, We Are Here. An interactive documentary

Thursday 15 June 2017, 16:00, Amsterdam School of Heritage, Memory and Material Culture, Oudemanhuispoort 4-6 / Room C. 2.17

    An interactive documentary that digitally brings Palestinians back to Jerusalem. A presentation with filmmaker Dorit Naaman If houses and streets, neighbourhoods and cities could tell us their stories, what would these be? The present dominates our sense ofread more ›


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Israel seen through its arms trade: an alternative narrative

Sunday 23 April 2017, 20:30, De Balie Amsterdam

Lecture and discussion with the Israeli human rights lawyer and activist Eitay Mack. In his lecture Eitay Mack will critically examines the dynamics between two narratives of Israel’s arms trade and its conduct in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. The officialread more ›


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50 years of occupation: a new phase of violence and oppression alongside new opportunities for change

Tuesday 18 April 2017, 20:00 NieuwLand Amsterdam

Discussion with the Israeli human rights lawyer and activist Eitay Mack Nearing the sixth decade of its military occupation of the Palestinian Territories, the State of Israel has completed a process of ‘mask removal’ with total immunity for its ‘security’read more ›


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The Journey to Freedom: gate48 & Isam Nadaf second alternative Seder, the traditional Pesach (Passover) meal.

Sunday 9 April 2017, 17:00, Hembrug en Zaandammer, Amsterdam

Pesach in the Jewish tradition symbolizes the journey from slavery to freedom. The Hagada (the book of Pesach) tells the story of the Hebrew people as slaves in Egypt and their journey to freedom. Today, more than 3,000 years later,read more ›


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In Conversation with Combatants for Peace, Nobel-Peace Price nominees 2017

Monday 27 of March 2017 19:30, Het Spinhuis (Singel 165a) Amsterdam

How can you choose for non-violent resistance when violence is the norm? How can you make a connection with someone who is supposed to be your enemy? A couple of former Israeli soldiers and Palestinian militants were confronted with theseread more ›