‘Defending Palestine’ Animal Rights Conference 2018


Defending Palestine:

Liberating the People, the Land, and Animals

Ramallah, Palestine

3-6 May 2018

Organisers: Palestinian Animal League
Website: http://www.c.pal.ps/
Venue: Kufr Ni’mah Youth Village Ramallah, Palestine
Tickets: https://pal.ps/en/registration/?rmcb=1506601234

Excerpts taken from http://www.c.pal.ps/:

Defending Palestine: Liberating the People, the Land, and Animals is a groundbreaking three-day international conference hosted by Palestinian Animal League (PAL) in occupied Palestinian territory, from May 3 through May 6, 2018.  This will not be a traditional conference; it will focus on the shared struggle for land and liberation for all species in Palestine.

Who is coming?

Among the many international attendees will be passionate animal rights activists, environmentalists, human rights advocates, those interested in the intersection of all these causes within the context of occupied Palestine.

Where is this happening?

At the Youth Village in the West Bank of Palestine. The conference also includes tours to three cities that have been essential in developing the work of the Palestinian Animal League: Bethlehem, Jericho, and Ramallah.



Each morning will consist of engaging and thought-provoking lectures by speakers, activists, and experts from across Palestine and around the world.


Mornings will also include round-table discussions, involving all conference participants in conversations around animal rights in both Palestinian and international contexts.


In the afternoons, conference participants will be transported and guided around communities of Bethlehem, Jericho, Ramallah, and Jerusalem to see first-hand the intersection of animal and human rights in Palestine.


The Youth Village is an educational, environmental, sports and entertainment village established by the Sharek Youth Forum. It is located west of Ramallah on 35 acres of land near the village of KuforNemah. Created so as to act as a center of awareness, the village provides environmental and cultural education for youth and children, protects the land, promotes environmental investments, and provides the youth with outdoor experiences.






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