Café Palestine Sixteen with Prof Nihaya Daoud on Sat 14 Nov

Café Palestine Sixteen on Sat 14 November
15.45pm (UK time) / 17.45pm (Pal time)

Prof. Nihaya Daoud

Public Health Association in the Arab Society in Israel

“Health inequity and discrimination before and during Covid-19: the case of 48 Palestinians”
Nihaya Daoud is Professor of Public Health. She specialises in health policies, health inequalities and discrimination. She has researched minority and womens health and the effects of violence against women. She will speak to us about the impact of Covid 19 on deepening health inequalities and the specific effects on the Palestinian population in Israel in the context of prolonged institutional discrimination.

The Cafe will open with live music
at 3.45pm (UK time) / 5.45pm (Pal time)
The link with Prof. Nihaya Daoud will start at 4.00pm (UK time) / 6.00pm (Pal time)
The whole event is expected to last about 90 minutes

نوفر خدمة الترجمة إلى اللغة العربية في مقهى فلسطين لمن يحتاجون إلىها، سيكون هناك  ملخص حصري ومتداول باللغة العربية للعرض والأسئلة والإجابات.

إذا كنت تحتاج إلى الترجمة إلى اللغة العربية، أرسل رسالة إلى الإيميل التالي:

ستتوفر الترجمة من خلال الانضمام إلى مجموعة في تطبيق الواتساب

.ARABIC TRANSLATION AT CAFE PALESTINE: Throughout Cafe Palestine there will be a rolling Arabic text summary of the presentation, questions and answers available via Whatsapp. Please contact if you would like to be added to the Whatsapp Arabic translation group.

Prof. Nihaya Daoud is a social epidemiologist and a professor of public health. She is the founder and director of the Center for Health Equity and Health Promotion at the Faculty of Health Sciences. Prof. Daoud is a co-founder of the Follow up Committee for Health of the Palestinians in Israel and the founder and director of the Public Health Associations for the Arab Society in Israel.

For papers by Prof. Nihaya Daoud, please see:

Cafe Palestine Fifteen recording

The recording of Cafe Palestine Fifteen with the Hands Up threatre group plus music from the Edward Said National Conservatory for Music in Ramallah is now available on our website: