I never thought of myself as a teacher, and when my mother used to suggest the profession to me as a kid, I would flinch. But lately, that’s exactly who I am finding myself becoming – not just as an answer to our obsession with the “what do you do?” question, but as a general identification of how I see myself. Read more about From Shatila to Ramallah: an introduction
Shatila refugee camp
During regular school exchange visits, youth from Palestine have the opportunity to educate and share their experiences with British youth in the West Bank and in the UK. Read more about School "buddies" raise awareness about Palestine in UK
Palestinian refugees in Lebanon aren’t exactly holding their breath over the upcoming bid to have an independent Palestinian state voted into the United Nations. Read more about Palestinian refugees in Lebanon eye statehood bid with skepticism
While Egypt has played an important role in the fate of the Palestinian national movement, little attention has been paid to Palestinians in Egypt. In a new policy brief from Al-Shabaka: the Palestinian Policy Network, Oroub el-Abed gives an overview of the experience of Palestinians in Egypt and where they stand today. Read more about Oroub al-Abed on "The Invisible Community: Egypt's Palestinians"
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