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OPINION: Does Israel’s treatment of Palestinians amount to apartheid?

John Hogan, Department of Politics and Public Administration, writes for RTÉ's Brainstorm that many of the human rights violations suffered by Palestinians today call to mind the ills of apartheid, though there are some important differences. Amidst the shocking footage from the Gaza-Israel border this week, many online observers noted one photograph for its similarity to… Continue reading OPINION: Does Israel’s treatment of Palestinians amount to apartheid?

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AHSS researchers take part in new UL Talks videos

Three Faculty of AHSS lecturers have taken part in the new series of UL Talks videos. Dr Roberto Mazza (Department of History) speaks on the subject of "Palestine and Jerusalem - what links people together", and Dr Marie-Thérèse Batardière & Catherine Jeanneau  (School of Modern Languages and Applied Linguistics) speak about "Internationalisation at home." https://youtu.be/CunOZVD0lFo… Continue reading AHSS researchers take part in new UL Talks videos

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UL History lecturer to speak at Jerusalem conference in November

Dr Roberto Mazza (Department of History, University of Limerick) co-organised and will speak at the conference '100 Years after ... The British Legacy in Palestine: Balfour and Beyond', at the American Colony Hotel, East Jerusalem on 2nd November 2017. On the centenary of the actual date of that fated letter which redirected the history of the… Continue reading UL History lecturer to speak at Jerusalem conference in November