Shawan Jabarin is the director general of Al Haq, the first human rights organisation in Palestine, formed in 1979. Jabarin has won many human rights awards, was Amnesty's first Palestinian prisoner of conscience, and has been denied travel outside the West Bank for many years.
Finally allowed to travel, he spoke at Sydney University, Australia, on the eve of the UN's vote on Palestine. Jabarin discussed occupation, settlements, apartheid, checkpoints, the UN vote, one or two-states, possibilities for the future and more. The event was organised by the Coalition for Justice and Peace in Palestine and the Sydney Peace Foundation.
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