Event: The Denial of Grief and Mourning – solidarity with families resisting in Palestine

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provided by: Migrant Media
published: 23 August 2021

Diaspora activists, UFFC, Migrant Media and JLAC invite you to join their online Panel Discussion titled “The denial of grief and mourning: practicing solidarity with families resisting in Palestine and the UK”

Date: 30 August 2021
Time: @ (UK, UCT+1) 6:30pm – 7:30pm + Q&A,
Participation Link: Please click here
Meeting ID: 896 2802 6993
“Please turn up 5 mins early so we can start on time.”

To mark the International day of Disappeared People and the Palestine National day for those killed in Israeli custody who haven’t been returned to their loved ones, families from Palestine and UK will be coming together for an informative talk and call to action.

Attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about their experiences and stand in solidarity with families in Palestine affected by brutal practice of having the bodies of their loved ones, killed in Israeli custody, withheld from them.

Attendees will also hear from Janet Alder, from United Friends and Family Campaign (UFFC), who has been an advocate for justice for her brother, Christopher Alder, who tragically died in Hull police station in 1998.

The discussion will be 1hour so please do come on time, there will be a chance for Q&A at the end.

You can join from home or gather some people together to join collectively. For those of you London-based there is a group who will dial in from Lower Clapton that you can join.

See the Facebook event page here >