Tel Aviv University Student Organizations
Haq Movement, Tajamua-Balad, Jabha-Hadash, Abna- Al Balad
With the Coalition of Women for Peace
Israel Apartheid Week 2011
Life and Struggle in Apartheid
Wednesday, 16/03/2011 Saraya Theater in Jaffa at 7 p.m
Screening of the film "Have You Heard From Johannesburg"
Panel and Discussion with:
Director Connie Field
Dr. Nadera Shalhub Kaborkian: Apartheid – Birth and Death in Jerusalem
Researcher and Activist Janan Abdu: Apartheid in the name of Law: Political Prisoners and their Families
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الكتل الطلابية – جامعة تل أبيب : حركة حق , أبناء البلد الطلابية
التجمع الطلابي , الجبهة الطلابية وتحالف النساء للسلام
أسبوع مقاومة الأبارتهايد الإسرائيلي 2011
ندعوكم للمشاركة بالأمسية التثقيفية بمناسبة أسبوع الأبرتهايد الإسرائيلي
وذلك يوم الأربعاء الموافق 16.03.11 , في تمام الساعة السابعة مساءً
في مسرح السرايا .
عرض فيلم "هل سمعت من جوهانسبيرج؟" بمشاركة مخرجة الفيلم كوني فيلد.
مداخلة للمخرجة كوني يلد
مداخلة للباحثة والناشطة جنان عبدو بعنوان "ابارتهايد باسم القانون- يحدث في اسرائيل: عن السجناء السياسيين وعائلاتهم"
مداخلة لد. نادرة شلهوب بعنوان "الولادة والموت في ظل الأبرتهايد في القدس".
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General information on Dr. Nadera Shalhoub Kevorkian, previously posted on Israel Academia Monitor's website:
Dr. Shalhoub Kevorkian is a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Institute of Criminology, and the School of Social Work and Public Welfare at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where she received her PHD in law. She also served as a visiting professor in the faculty of law at the University of Southern California and the University of California at Los Angeles. Shalhoub-Kevorkian is the author of Tribal Justice and its effect on Formal Justice in Palestine, Femicide in Palestinian Society, and Militarization and Violence against Women in conflict zones in the Middle East: The Palestinian Case Study.
Shalhoub-Kevorkian is active in a variety of non-governmental organizations. The Women’s Center for Legal Aid and Counseling, an organization that she founded, their mission statement is not just to help out Palestinian women and girls who are victims of domestic and sexual violence. WCLAC also seeks to “address the needs of women victimized by Israel’s violent military actions in the occupied territories.” WCLAC works to “expose, locally and internationally, the practices of Israeli occupation violations against women’s rights.” In accordance with this anti-Israel mission, WCLAC has published a “Voices from the Occupation” series, where WCLAC claims that Israel is a human rights violator for capturing 16-year-old Palestinian boys. In a report written jointly by WCLAC and other Palestinian non-governmental organizations, Israel is accused of violating the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Civil Rights. In another WCLAC report, WCLAC claimed that in the year 2009, Israel systematically violated the rights of Palestinian women, where women’s testimonies are used to vilify Israel for building the wall, for instituting checkpoints, for engaging in violence, and for separating Palestinians from their families. Also in accordance with the anti-Israel mission of WCLAC, the WCLAC signed onto the Palestinian Boycott Israel campaign.
Shalhoub-Kevorkian is involved in and holds an influential position in Gisha. According to NGO Monitor, Gisha employs apartheid rhetoric, left out important legal facts when it claimed in a 2007 report that Gaza was still occupied, misrepresented international legal terminology when it accused Israel of engaging in collective punishment in Gaza, ignores the fact that the goods that Israel restricts into Gaza can be used for military purposes, and condemned Israel for not allowing a group of Gazan students to travel to Israel to go on Fulbright scholarships to the US, despite the fact that the US rejected most of these students themselves on security grounds.
Shalhoub-Kevorkian also is director of the Gender Studies Project at the Mada Al-Carmel: Arab Center for Applied Social Research. According to NGO Monitor, the Mada Al Carmel: Arab Center for Applied Social Research gender project claims that its objective is to: “critically examine the Zionist colonialist role in the Israeli state in order to expose the policies that maintain and perpetuate the subjugation of Palestinian women in Israel.” The Mada Al Carmel: Arab Center for Applied Social Research co-authored the Haifa Declaration, which opposes the fact that Israel is a Jewish state and asserts that “Israel exploits the Holocaust at the expense of the Palestinian people.” Mada Al Carmel: Arab Center for Applied Social Research, along with two other non-governmental organizations, were the Palestinian representatives for the international “One Day Struggle” campaign entitled “My Land, Space, Body, and Sexuality: Palestinians in the Shadow of the Wall” in November 2009. The publicity for this event included a poster that suggested that Israeli soldiers sexually harass Palestinian women. At an academic conference sponsored by Mada Al Carmel: Arab Center for Applied Social Research entitled “has the two state solution collapsed?”, several participants objected to the two-state solution on the grounds that it entailed that Israel would still exist.
Shalhoub-Kevorkian is involved in other anti-Israel non-governmental organizations, such as Women against Violence. Although Women against Violence has done commendable work opposing honor crimes, helping to educate men to be more sensitive to women’s issues, and has created a woman’s shelter for women in need, Women against Violence called Israel a “colonialist racist settler society” in a seminar they co-hosted entitled “Anti-Radicalized Feminism.” WAV also participated in the “One day Struggle” campaign and wrote to the Norwegian government, encouraging them to divest from the “Israeli occupation.” Dr. Shalhoub-Kevorkian is also involved in the Jerusalem Center for Women. Its mission statement includes working to end oppression and human rights violations against all members of Palestinian society and to ending occupation).
In May 2010, Shalhoub-Kevorkian spoke at the commemoration of the Nakba ceremony in Haifa. In a youtube video entitled “Women under occupation,” Shalhoub-Kevorkian blames Israel and not Palestinian society for the fact that there has been an increase in domestic violence in Palestinian society. In a 2009 interview that Shalhoub-Kevorkian gave to Open Democracy, she blamed Israel for the poor conditions endured by Palestinian women and not their patriarchal society. She asserted in this interview that Palestinians are living in ghettos, the security barrier was built to deprive Palestinian women the right to an education, that Israeli soldiers sexually harass Palestinian women at checkpoints, and refers to Israel as colonizers. Also in 2009, Shalhoub-Kevorkian was quoted in the Jerusalem Post as asserting that Israel’s colonial policies were the main obstacle to personal and economic freedom for Bedouin women and not patriarchal Bedouin society, cultural barriers, etc. She spoke at the Seventh Annual International Al Awda Conference, which called for a Palestinian right of return. And in 2005, Shalhoub-Kevorkian gave a talk entitled “Palestinian Girls facing the wall” at UCLA where she asserted that Israeli soldiers humiliate Palestinian girls.