A collection of photographs charts the personal and political journey of Tom Hurndall, a British photography student and activist shot in the head by an Israeli sniper in 2003. Read more about A life brutally cut short: new book collects Tom Hurndall's photos of Palestine
Unearthed photographs shed new light on the British army’s Mandate of Palestine which paved the way for Zionist colonization. Read more about Interview: racism of Britain's rulers in Palestine explored in major new exhibition
Israeli Apartheid Week in South Africa aimed to reach a wide audience and strengthen the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement. Read more about South Africans recall their own history during Israeli Apartheid Week
Katie Ramandan’s collection of photos currently on exhibition in Nazareth explores the meaning of home and the boundaries between private and public space. Read more about Stealing a moment in a stolen land: the photography of Katie Ramadan
Suspended Lives, a photography exhibition that profiles ten women and their incarceration in Israeli prisons, is part of the UN Women’s project “Palestinian Female Prisoners in Israeli Prison,” which aims to uphold and advocate for the rights of Palestinian female prisoners. Read more about Women prisoners tell their stories in "Suspended Lives"