Wednesday, October 18, 2017

US and Israel withdraw from UNESCO over ‘anti-Israel bias’

October 17, 2017

The US recently announced its intention to withdraw from the UN’s cultural, scientific and educational organisation and become a permanent observer instead, followed by Israel. The withdrawal will come into effect at the end of December 2018.




US and Israel withdraw from UNESCO over ‘anti-Israel bias’
US and Israel withdraw from UNESCO over ‘anti-Israel bias’


Australian graffiti artist to hold workshop in Bethlehem
Australian graffiti artist to hold workshop in Bethlehem








What do Palestinians want from reconciliation?
What do Palestinians want from reconciliation?


Israeli government approval of nearly 4,000 new settlement houses imminent
Israeli government approval of nearly 4,000 new settlement houses imminent




Thousands of Israeli and Palestinian women march in a  ‘Journey to Peace’
Thousands of Israeli and Palestinian women march in a ‘Journey to Peace’
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Festival aims to bring Palestinian alternative music to the world stage

The Palestine Alternative Music (PAM) Festival promotes bands from the territories occupied by Israel to audiences in Palestine and abroad.


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ReSign for Recycling Design, an "upcycling" initiative, is committed to transforming trash into functional items with aesthetic appeal. The project

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