Leila and Sami are trying to find a common language to speak to each other. Families will meet author and illustrator Nadine Kaadan and make art inspired by her storybook about the two friends.
Is Justice Still Possible? Palestine, International Law, and Public Discourse
The rights of Palestinians are enshrined in international laws and resolutions. Yet Israel and its supporters continually act against them. Wadie Said, Susan M. Akram, Hassan Jabareen and Philippe Sands discuss what international law can offer to change this reality.
Ghassane Koumiya traces the establishment of the New Left in post-independence 60’s-70’s Morocco. The New Left marked a revolutionary alternative to the traditional Communist parties and the nationalist movement.
Artist Mohamed Melehi speaks to curator Morad Montazami about his first UK solo exhibition. The talk will trace his career as a major figure of postcolonial Moroccan art and of modernism in the Global South.
Artist Mohammad Omar Khalil launches his book of prints paying homage to Tayeb Salih, author of Season of Migration to the North. He will be in conversation with artist and publisher Abed AlKadiri.