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Redesigning the Holy Land
15 mei @ 20:00 - 22:00
This year marks 75 years since the Palestinians became, and still are, the biggest refugee group in the world, according to the United Nations. The human rights declaration states that each refugee, such as the Ukrainians and the Palestinians, has the right to return to their homeland after displacement. How do we imagine and prepare master plan alternatives for the return of the biggest refugee group in the world? Over 500 Palestinian villages and towns were ethnically cleansed and destroyed during the Nakba. How do we start the decolonisation and democratising of big cities? How do we think ecologically, socially and spatially, with love and respect to all these different aspects? During this event we will have a dialogue with different speakers how we could re-imagine the future of the Holy Land and design the right to return.
Umayya Abu Hanna
Writer, Cultural Broker
director at One Democratic State
Academic-activist & Founder Radical Research & Re-storying Agency (RRA)
Historian and Founder & President of Palestine Land Society
Architect and Director at FAST. Foundation for Achieving Seamless Territory