Palestinian and Israeli activists, led by a fearless women’s contingent, mount nonviolent protests against Israel’s expropriation of their West Bank land.
Inspiring tale of the first all-woman Palestinian race car team
The best of Take One Action 2016 comes to Inverness
Yazan, a 13 year old boy living in a Palestinian refugee camp, doesn’t want to live in fear of the patrolling Israeli soldiers anymore so he creates a poster telling his story – but will they listen?
Maher is a man with a dream: to stage a contemporary dance performance in the cultural centre of his home town, Ramallah.
Palcrafts is a registered charity that aims to relieve poverty for Palestinians by providing a sustainable source of income and also to raise awareness in the UK of Palestinian issues. This is done through maintaining a small resource centre with books, DVDs and magazines, and also through educational meetings with Palestinian speakers and recent visitors to the Middle East.
The Scottish Palestian Forum promotes knowledge and understanding of the Palestinian people in their religious and cultural diversity. It also provides a network for organisations concerned with nonviolent resolutions to […]
How did a herd of 18 cows defy the Middle East’s most powerful army? An extraordinary story of non-violent resistance during the First Palestinian Intifada
SPSC is an independent, non-governmental and non-party political organisation with members from many communities across Scotland. They represent people in Scotland from all faiths and political parties, who have come […]
Palestinian filmmaker Leila Sansour speaks to Irvine Welsh, alongside Kathy Galloway (Director, Christian Aid Scotland), following a screening of the film at the GFT in Glasgow.
Discover a town of legend and resistance hidden behind a wall…
A group made up of 500 Palestinians and Israelis join forces to bridge the gaps and promote peaceful coexistence between their peoples.
This screening will be followed by a Q&A with the film’s Palestinian director Leila Sansour, in conversation with Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh, and Kathy Galloway, director of Christian Aid Scotland.
We are delighted to welcome director Leila Sansour for a Q&A following this screening.