Cafe Palestine Index

This page provides a link to each of the Cafe Palestine events

Cafe Palestine 19
Munther Amira, Human Rights Defend from Aida Refugee Camp in Bethlehem:
“Popular Resistance and the Refugee Experience”

Cafe Palestine 18
Remal Salah and Dima Tadros from the Palestinian Counseling Centre
“Broken Homes, Broken Families: supporting families whose homes have been demolished”

Café Palestine 17
Jonathan Chadwick, Hossam Madhoun and Jamal Al Rozzi
“Theatre, Cultural Resistance and Therapy”

Café Palestine 16
Professor Nihaya Daoud from the Public Health Association in the Arab Society in Israel
“Health inequity and discrimination before and during Covid-19: the case of 48 Palestinians”

Café Palestine 15
Hands Up Theatre Company via zoom with young people from Palestine
“Making drama out of a crisis”

Café Palestine 14
Dr Sami Owaida speaking about the Gaza Community Mental Health Programme

Cafe Palestine 13
Muna Khalidi from Lebanon
“Mental health in the Palestinian camps in Lebanon”

Café Palestine 12
Palestine Trauma Centre in Gaza
“Bleeding from all directions”

Café Palestine 11
Jehan Bseiso from Amman
“Reimagining our Resilience: Observations through poetry and from the diaspora”

Café Palestine 10
Dr Mustafa Qossoqsi from Nazareth Hospital
“Notes on an intimate disaster: Nakbah in the Clinic and Beyond”

Cafe Palestine 9
Hussam Kana’na from the Palestinian Counseling Center speaking from Arabeh in Galilee

Cafe Palestine 8
Dr Samah Jabr from Ramallah
“The individual and collective impact of incarceration and torture: the Palestinian experience”

Cafe Palestine 7
Nabila Espanioly from Nazareth
“Violence against Palestinian Women: an intersectional struggle”

Cafe Palestine 6
Riad Arrar, Rand Shar and Raed Amira from Hebron, Jerusalem and Bethlehem
“Social work in Palestine with a focus on responding to the Covid-19 emergency”

Cafe Palestine 5
Rana Nashashibi from Jerusalem
“The Palestine Global Mental Health Network”

Café Palestine 4
Yoa’d Ghanadry-Hakim from the West Bank
“Reflections on trauma, the usefulness of PTSD as a clinical concept, and the complexities of working with imported, Western, terminology in the Palestinian context”

Café Palestine 3
Weeam Hammoudeh from the West Bank
“Acute and Chronic Uncertainties in the Palestinian Context: Implications for Mental Health and Wellbeing”

Café Palestine 2
Dr Yasser Abu Jamei from Gaza
“Insight into life in Gaza under the combined pressures of the blockade, and the coronavirus pandemic”

Cafe Palestine 1
Professor Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian from Jerusalem
“Jerusalem under siege: surviving corona under Occupation”