Palestinian photographer and film-maker Mohammed Alazza, will present an illustrated talk on his work documenting the lives of refugees in Palestine, 71 years on after the Palestinian Nakba ("Catastrophe") in 1948. Alazza, himself a refugee from Aida Camp Bethlehem, explores the everyday reality of Apartheid and colonialism through his photography and film-making.
It's a one evening only event not to be missed.
Refreshments, nibbles and live music. All welcome.