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The Targeting of Palestinian Journalists

Portcullis House 1 Victoria Embankment, London

More than 122 journalists and media workers have been killed in Gaza since the outbreak of the war. UN experts say that this the most dangerous conflict for journalists in recent history. We look at how Israel has been targeting journalists and the wider implications of this. Speakers: Ahmed Alnaouq, Palestinian Journalist, founder of We […]

Climate Commitment: Holding the Government Accountable on Net-Zero [Recording available]

House of Commons Parliament Square House of Lords

The UK government states that their Net-Zero Strategy: Build Back Greener is for "decarbonising all sectors of the UK economy to meet our net zero target by 2050." They have drawn up proposals to "reduce emissions for each sector'" and plan to have "cross-cutting action to support the transition." Yet last year, it was announced […]

The legacy of the War on Terror: Guantanamo Bay [Recording available]

Khalili Lecture Theatre(KLT), SOAS University, 10 Thornhaugh Street, London, WC1H 0XG SOAS University of London (KLT), London

Guantanamo Bay prison camp remains open 21 years after the world witnesses the harrowing images of men held in cages. This is a  panel discussion looking at the lasting impact of the US-led War on Terror. On the panel, two former Guantanamo Bay prisoners turned activists recall their time at the infamous camp, which was […]