March 2020
All Cities

Ramallah & Al-Bireh (02)

Larp: Fallen Stars is an improvised game about old things once beloved by their owners but now discarded and no longer cared for. Organized by Bait Byout. The Palestinian Larp Organization. For more information, please contact [email protected]

East Jerusalem (02)

Craft and Designer’s Market at the occasion of Women’s Day presents the works and products of independent artist and designers. It features festive activities, music, food, and drinks and promotes and brings together Palestinian women, artists, and designers. Al Ma’mal Foundation for Contemporary Art.

East Jerusalem (02)

AQB’s Got Talent Season 2 offers candidates to audition and showcase their skills in singing, dancing, standup poetry, playing musical instruments, and other talents. Organized by Al-Quds Bard College for Arts and Sciences. The Arabic Poetry Hall.

East Jerusalem (02)

Palestine Festival of Literature 2020 presents activities themed South-South Solidarity in the Age of Neoliberalism that include a reading by Isabella Hammad, the screening of the short film Sugarcoated Arsenic, and a panel with writers from Palestine, India, South Africa, and Chile to discuss how the advancement of neoliberal capitalism has transformed South-South relations. For more information, please visit www.palfest.org

East Jerusalem (02)

Palestine Festival of Literature 2020 presents activities themed Decolonizing Education that include a reading by Saleem Haddad, the screening of the short film Wawa, and a panel discussion of whether education serves as a vehicle for colonial hegemony or a tool for liberation, bringing together authors with experience in Palestine, indigenous Australia, and the cities and prison systems of the USA. For more information, please visit www.palfest.org

Bethlehem (02)

The discussion session themed “Custody and Access Issues in the West Bank” is open to the public and followed by an opportunity for networking over refreshments. Organized by the Representative Office of Canada to the Palestinian Authority and Bethlehem University. Bethlehem University. For more information, please visit www.canadainternational.gc.ca/west_bank_gaza-cisjordanie_bande_de_gaza/ or www.facebook.com/CanadainRamallah/

Haifa

Palestine Festival of Literature 2020 presents activities themed Publishing Against Empire that include a presentation of the magazine The Funambulist, Issue 21: Learning with Palestine, a poetry reading a screening of the short film Occidente, and a panel discussion with writers, editors, and agents who will look at the publishing industry and the persistence of colonial networks of intellectual production. Khashabi Theatre.

Nablus (09)

The discussion session themed “Child, Early, and Forced Marriage” is open to the public and followed by an opportunity for networking over refreshments. Organized by the Representative Office of Canada to the Palestinian Authority and An-Najah University. An-Najah University. For more information, please visit www.canadainternational.gc.ca/west_bank_gaza-cisjordanie_bande_de_gaza/ or www.facebook.com/CanadainRamallah/

Ramallah & Al-Bireh (02)

The discussion session themed “Domestic Violence against Women and Children” is open to the public and followed by an opportunity for networking over refreshments. Organized by the Representative Office of Canada to the Palestinian Authority and Birzeit University. The Arab American University–Ramallah Campus, Al-Reehan. For more information, please visit www.canadainternational.gc.ca/west_bank_gaza-cisjordanie_bande_de_gaza/ or www.facebook.com/CanadainRamallah/

Bethlehem (02)

The 8th Freedom of Movement–Palestine Marathon. Organized by the Palestine Olympic Committee (POC). Meeting point is Manger Square.