Second Dardasheh and other links

Dardasheh (street corner) informal meeting

Saturday 20 February
15.45pm (UK time) / 17.45pm (Pal time)

1. Living the History

The next Talk to Gaza from Palestine Trauma Centre (UK) is called Living the History and will take place on Saturday 13 February 2021 at 4pm UK time / 6pm Gaza time. It will look at Intergenerational Trauma and the effects of historical events on the people of Gaza. The organisers are privileged to have Oxford historian Avi Shlaim take part in the event.

Join the Zoom Meeting

To support the Trauma Relief Project in Gaza, please donate

2. UK Palestine Mental Health Network Twitter

We’d like to draw your attention to our new Twitter account where we will be posting regularly about our events, sharing the Cafe Palestine recordings and other pertinent news. Follow us @UKPMHN

3.  The Guardian declines to publish letter by anti-apartheid campaigners which was also signed by several members of the Mental Health Network Steering Group


4. Experts call for end to Israel’s use of torture


5. ICC ruling brings hope for Palestine, dismay for Israel:

enforcing international law, and upholding legal norms, are essential preconditions of social development and psychological well-being.

6. 2014 article on denial undermining international law

which is linked to the decision by the ICC to finally investigate war crimes in Palestine


7. Recording of Cafe Palestine 20

The recording of Café Palestine 19: a conversation with Munther Amira, Human Rights Defender from Aida Refugee Camp in Bethlehem – “Popular Resistance and the Refugee Experience” is now available: