Before sale of the rest of Palestine by the traitors of PLO to the israeli zionist occupation, the Palestinian Return Centre (PRC) and the Exeter Institute of Arab Islamic Studies (IAIS) is in the final stages of preparation for the International conference marking the 20th anniversary of Oslo.
The two day conference from Saturday 7 October to Sunday 8 October, which includes leading experts, analysts, researchers and a number of government officials, will discuss the impact and future of Oslo.
Confirmed speakers include: Professor Rosemary Hollis (Professor of Middle East Policy Studies), Dr Ghada Karmi (leading Palestinian activist, academic and writer author of Married to Another Man), Professor Illan Pappé, Arab and Islamic Studies – University of Exeter, (Author of the Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine).
Additional speakers are: Dr Uri Davis, of FATH Revolutionary Council & Palestine National Council, ethnically cleansed and occupies Palestine, Salah Eldin Elzein, Director of Al Jazeera Centre for Studies, Michael Dumper, Professor in Middle East Politics Exeter University, Dr Bashir Nafee (British Academic)
Other speakers include: Rawan Al Damen, Producer and Director, Programs Department Al Jazeera, Director of Al Nakba film series, Dr Daud Abdulah (Director of MEMO), Petter Bauck (Senior Advisor on conflict-related issues in the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation and Editor of upcoming book on Oslo), Oroub El-Abed, (PHD Researcher Associate Member SOAS), Gillian Kerr-Sheppard (University of Sydney), Emile Badarin (PhD student in Middle East Politics, his research is focused on the Palestinian political discourse between exile and occupation), Majed Al Zeer(General Director of PRC), Nasim Ahmed (Senior Researcher PRC and Author of Understanding the Nakba), Muhammed Hamid (Chair of PRC board of Trustee).
Seats are limited and people are highly encouraged to book their place in advance to avoid any disappointment. The Impact and Future of Oslo will be streamed live for those who are unable to attend and wish to view the proceedings.
Book your seat now by emailing us on: events [at] prc [dot] org [dot] uk
The venue for the event is the P21 Gallery http://www.p21.org.uk/, 21 Chalton Street
London NW1 1JD, UK