reality of lives under siege and under military assault.
The Guardian, Le Monde Diplomatique, Red Pepper, Left Turn, and Z Net, among others. She worked with the ISM in Palestine, and with Voices in the Wilderness in Iraq.
Caoimhe Butterly is an Irish human rights activist who has worked on human rights
observations projects in Zimbabwe, Chiapas, Guatemala, Iraq and Palestine. Caoimhe lived in the Jenin refugee camp for a year in 2002 before being shot by Israeli soldiers then deported.
They will be talking about what has been happening in Gaza, their experiences and what we can do. Both are particularly keen to talk to people who want to take action over Gaza by targeting companies connected with the Israeli occupation.
We also plan to discuss whether the Palestinian issue and anti-imperialism generally is relevant to working class struggle.
Wednesday 6th May 7.30pm, Next To Nowhere - Liverpool Social Centre - 96 Bold St (basement of News From Nowhere bookshop)
Ewa will also be talking at Liverpool Hope University's Childwall Campus
at 5pm on Tuesday 5th of May.