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Tuesday, September 1, 2020
Participants through ZOOM

The Policy and Conflict Resolution Studies Center in Arab American University has organized a seminar through Zoom about “The Acceleration of Arab Normalization with the Israeli Occupation”, the reasons and repercussions on the Palestinian cause.

Dr. Salam Alkawakbi- Researcher in Political Sciences and International Relations, the Executive Manager of CAREP- Paris, and a lecturer in University of Paris, Mr. Oraib Al Rantawi- Manager and Founder of Al-Quds Center for Political Studies in Amman and Beirut and a Columnist in Al-Dustour Newspaper and Prof.

Tuesday, June 30, 2020
The Palestinian intellectual Prof. Rashid Khalidi

The Policy and Conflict Resolution Studies Center in Arab American University hosted the well-known Palestinian intellectual Prof. Rashid Khalidi - Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies at Columbia University to an online symposium via Zoom to launch his new book “The 100 Years’ War on Palestine: A History of Settler Colonization and Resistance, 1917-2017”

Ms. Rula Shahwan – the Director of the Center started the symposium by welcoming the guest and the audience. She indicated the importance of such dialog and academic seminars and its role in enriching the knowledge of AAUP students in specific and the Palestinian students in general.

The dialog was moderated by Dr. Nahid Habiballah- the Social Sciences Professor and a Faculty member in the Faculty of Graduate Studies in Arab American University.

Wednesday, October 23, 2019
A Discussion Session at AAUP About the Importance of Establishing a Palestinian National Archive

The Policy and Conflict Resolution Studies Center at AAUP in Ramallah hosted the German director Monica Moore, one of the pillars of the struggle cinema that came to Lebanon in the 1970s and was engaged in the resistance film movement established by the Palestine Films Unit of the PLO.

Monica Moore is currently working to preserve the oral history and audiovisual testimony of an important era of the Arab-Israeli conflict from 1978-1983, by digitizing more than 100 hours of films made with a 16mm camera.

The discussion took place in the presence of representatives of archival institutions from various sectors on the possibility of establishing a public, accessible and free national archive.

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