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Palestinians in Europe Conference Calls for Protecting Palestinian Refugee Camps in Syria

Published : 29-04-2019

Palestinians in Europe Conference Calls for Protecting Palestinian Refugee Camps in Syria

The 17th Palestinians in Europe Conference called, in its closing statement, for serious efforts by national and international parties to preserve Palestinian refugee camps in Syria.

The statement said Palestinian camps in Syria are a living witness of the Palestinian Nakba (catastrophe) and a springboard for Palestinians’ anti-occupation struggle.

The statement urged the international community to live up to its responsibility regarding the displaced Palestinian communities in and from war-torn Syria.

The conference hailed pro-Palestine NGOs and institutions, including the AlWafaa European Campaign and the Action Group for the Palestinians of Syria (AGPS), for their efforts in promoting Palestinians’ human rights and speaking up for the refugees.

Saturday, April 27, 2019 marked the launch of the 17th Palestinians in Europe Conference in Denmark’s metropolitan capital city Copenhagen under the slogan “With Unity and Steadfastness, We Shall Return”. Some 15,000 Palestinian refugees, activists, and NGO representatives from Europe have been attendance.

The conference has been convened in light of the great challenges facing the Palestinian people, including those living in Europe.

A series of seminars have also been held as part of the conference about networking and partnership in pro-Palestine activism in Denmark along with the creative and efficient strategies to promote Palestinians’ human rights.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8620

The 17th Palestinians in Europe Conference called, in its closing statement, for serious efforts by national and international parties to preserve Palestinian refugee camps in Syria.

The statement said Palestinian camps in Syria are a living witness of the Palestinian Nakba (catastrophe) and a springboard for Palestinians’ anti-occupation struggle.

The statement urged the international community to live up to its responsibility regarding the displaced Palestinian communities in and from war-torn Syria.

The conference hailed pro-Palestine NGOs and institutions, including the AlWafaa European Campaign and the Action Group for the Palestinians of Syria (AGPS), for their efforts in promoting Palestinians’ human rights and speaking up for the refugees.

Saturday, April 27, 2019 marked the launch of the 17th Palestinians in Europe Conference in Denmark’s metropolitan capital city Copenhagen under the slogan “With Unity and Steadfastness, We Shall Return”. Some 15,000 Palestinian refugees, activists, and NGO representatives from Europe have been attendance.

The conference has been convened in light of the great challenges facing the Palestinian people, including those living in Europe.

A series of seminars have also been held as part of the conference about networking and partnership in pro-Palestine activism in Denmark along with the creative and efficient strategies to promote Palestinians’ human rights.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8620