Reframing the Israel-Palestine Conflict: A human rights perspective, featuring Jeff Halper

Event date: 
24 Mar 2009
6:00pm to 7:45pm
Seminar Room, level 2, Law Building, UNSW


The Australian Human Rights Centre UNSW invites you to Reframing the Israel-Palestine conflict:
a human rights perspective with Dr Jeff Halper

Dr. Jeff Halper is a Professor of Anthropology formerly at Haifa and Ben Gurion universities. He received his PhD in Cultural and Applied Anthropology from the University of Wisonsin-Milwaukee and has taught
at universities in Israel, the US, Latin America and Africa. He is the author of 'Between Redemption and Revival', 'Obstacles to Peace' and 'An Israeli in Palestine'. Dr. Halper was Director and Head of the Middle East Center for Friends World College and Coordinating Director of the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions. He is the recipient of the Olive Branch Award from Jewish Voice for Peace in the USA and he was nominated for the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize by the American Friends Service Committee.