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Palestine Podcast #37: Michael Lynk, Clare Daly, Tom Moerehout and Ann Kdair on ‘Stop Settlements – On The Road To Justice In Palestine’

Ep. 37

The Palestine Podcast showcases a selection of lectures, talks and interviews featuring leading experts and social justice activists active on the Palestine-Israel issue. Brought to you by the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign.

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PP#37 – Michael Lynk, Clare Daly, Tom Moerehout and Ann Kdair on ‘Stop Settlements – On The Road To Justice In Palestine' [2020-05-22] – (Download here)

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On 21st May 2020 Michael Lynk, Clare Daly, Tom Moerehout and Ann Kdair held a friendly discussion and debate about accountability and obligations of companies and governments towards trade with Isreal's illegal settlements, and wider issues of how we in Europe and beyond can help to achieve justice for the Palestinian people.

About the speakers:

Michael Lynk – the UN Special Rapporteur for the situation of human rights in occupied Palestine

Dr Anna Kdair – Legal Researcher and Advocacy officer, Al-Haq

Prof Tom Moerenhout – Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs

Clare Daly – member of the European Parliament (Ireland)

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this podcast reflect the opinions of the speaker(s) only and do not reflect the views of the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign unless otherwise explicitly stated.

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