Tour supported by Palestine Solidarity Campaign, PSC branches, Friends of Palestine branches, BRICUP, ICAHD UK and Pluto Press.
All info here: http://bit.ly/hdzrwx
- London: 17 Feb
6.30pm, Kings College London, Strand Campus, Room K4U.12.
Palestine Solidarity Campaign, Kings College Action Palestine and BRICUP
- New Lanark: 18-20 Feb
SPSC Residential Weekend - register here
- St Andrews: 21 Feb
5pm, St Andrews University, Parliament Hall, South Street.
SPSC St Andrews branch and Palestine Solidarity Student Society
- Dundee: 21 Feb
7.30pm, Dundee University, Dalhousie Building.
SPSC Dundee branch with Action Palestine and others
- Aberdeen: 22 Feb
12 noon, University Of Aberdeen, Meston Building, Room MT2(62).
SPSC Aberdeen branch
- Glasgow: 23 Feb
5pm, Caledonian University, George Moore Building.
SPSC Glasgow branch and Glasgow Caledonian University Dept of Economic Studies.
- Edinburgh: 24 Feb
7.30pm, Augustine Church Centre, George 1V Bridge.
SPSC Edinburgh branch and Edinburgh Students for Justice for Palestine.
- York: 25 Feb
7.30pm, Friends Meeting House, Friargate, York.
PSC York branch
- Leeds: 26 Feb
1pm, Civic Hall, Calverley St.
PSC Leeds branch
- Sheffield: 27 Feb
2pm, Showroom Cinema, Paternoster Row, Sheffield.
PSC Sheffield branch
- Manchester: 28 Feb
7pm, Friends Meeting House, Mount Street, Central Manchester.
- Liverpool: 1 Mar
7.30pm, Quaker Meeting House, School Lane, Liverpool.
Liverpool Friends of Palestine
- Birmingham: 2 Mar
6pm, University of Birmingham, Arts Lecture Theatre LR7.
U of B Friends of Palestine Society
- Brighton: 3 Mar
7.30pm, Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, Brighton.
PSC Brighton branch
"Israeli society is a decadent society in an unstoppable decline, resistant to internal calls for reform and politically paralyzed from within."
"Only external pressure can truly bring change to this society, and allow democracy to take hold in the region, not only for the benefit of Palestinians, but for the benefit of Israelis too. External pressure, by using political and economic tools such as sanctions and boycott, returns the issues of civil rights and democracy to the fore, and deprives Israel of the option to use its military might to make the problem go away." SHIR HEVER, Why Does Israel Still Occupy the Palestinians?