|Date||6 March 2019|
|Start time||7:00 pm|
|End time||9:00 pm|
|Cost||£30 . £35 if booked with the film screening (Part 1)|
About this networking event
The 2nd and final part of this 2 part event, following on from the film screening (part 1) which can be found here:
Bassam Aramin lost his 10-year-old daughter Abir in 2007 when she was shot in front of her school. He had struggled against the Israeli occupation since he was 13 years old and spent 7 years in Israeli jails. He now devotes his time to the pursuit of Israeli-Palestinian reconciliation and a non-violent end to the occupation.
Robi Damelin’s son David was shot by a Palestinian sniper in 2002. David was studying for an MA in the philosophy of education at Tel Aviv University and was an active member of the peace movement. Since 2003, Robi has been making use of her personal pain for reconciliation rather than revenge.
Robi and Bassam will be sharing their experience in engaging with processes used to create a breakthrough in this seemingly impossible situation.