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Israeli Apartheid Week 2019 (23 Feb – 3 March)

category national | anti-war / imperialism | news report author Friday February 22, 2019 20:44author by IPSC - Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign Report this post to the editors

The 15th Annual Israeli Apartheid Week will take place in Ireland between 23rd February and 3rd March 2019.

IAW is an international series of events that seeks to raise awareness about Israel’s apartheid regime over the Palestinian people and build support for the growing Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement. It now takes place in over 200 cities across the world, where events such as lectures, film screenings, direct action, cultural performances, postering, among many more help in grassroots organizing for effective solidarity with the Palestinian liberation struggle.
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The 15th Annual Israeli Apartheid Week will take place in Ireland between 23rd February and 3rd March 2019.

IAW is an international series of events that seeks to raise awareness about Israel’s apartheid regime over the Palestinian people and build support for the growing Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement. It now takes place in over 200 cities across the world, where events such as lectures, film screenings, direct action, cultural performances, postering, among many more help in grassroots organizing for effective solidarity with the Palestinian liberation struggle.

Below you can find the events taking place in Ireland.

Saturday 23rd Feb

Navan – Information Stall
11am – 1pm, Outside Navan Shopping Centre

Dublin – City Centre Information Stall
1pm – 4pm, GPO, Connell Street, D1

Cork – City Centre Information Stall
1pm – 2.30pm, Daunt Square

Derry – City Centre Information Stall
2pm – 3pm, Derry City Centre

Wexford – Information Stall
2pm – 4pm, The Bullring, Wexford Town

Tuesday 26th Feb

Naas – Public Meeting: War Crimes Investigations with Lt. Col Retd Desmond Travers
8pm, Naas Town Hall
Click here for details

Thursday 28th Feb

Dublin – Ben White Book Launch: ‘Cracks in the Wall: Beyond Apartheid in Palestine/Israel’
7pm, Academy Plaza Hotel, 10-14 Findlater Place, off O’Connell Street, D1
Click here for details

Galway – City Centre Information Stall
1.45pm – 2.45pm, Shop Street, Galway City

Saturday 2nd March

Dublin – City Centre Information Stall
1pm, Henry Street, D1

Sunday 3rd March

Dublin – Palestine Film Festival (The Wanted 18 & Jeremy Hardy vs The Israeli Army)
2pm, The Pearse Centre, D2
https://www.ipsc.ie/event/dublin-iaw-2019-palestine-film-festival-ipsc

Related Link: https://www.ipsc.ie/israeli-apartheid-week/israeli-apartheid-week-2019
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