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New Website Documents Collective Memory of Palestinian Refugee Camps

Published : 01-05-2019

New Website Documents Collective Memory of Palestinian Refugee Camps

Palestinian activists from Yarmouk Camp launched a website dubbed “yarmoukcamp.net” in an attempt to preserve the collective memory of the Palestinian refugee community in Yarmouk and other refugee camps.

Speaking with AGPS, the founding activists said the move aims to keep record of the socio-political and cultural idiosyncrasies of the Palestinian refugee experience, particularly inside refugee camps, and to help create a psycho-historical springboard from which Palestinian refugees can draw force.

The website is also intended to form a historical and cultural bridge, connecting different Palestinian communities and bringing together a plethora of view points, studies, and experiences regarding the Palestinian cause.

After eight years of conflict, Palestine refugees continue to be one of the most vulnerable groups in Syria, with immense humanitarian needs.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8626

Palestinian activists from Yarmouk Camp launched a website dubbed “yarmoukcamp.net” in an attempt to preserve the collective memory of the Palestinian refugee community in Yarmouk and other refugee camps.

Speaking with AGPS, the founding activists said the move aims to keep record of the socio-political and cultural idiosyncrasies of the Palestinian refugee experience, particularly inside refugee camps, and to help create a psycho-historical springboard from which Palestinian refugees can draw force.

The website is also intended to form a historical and cultural bridge, connecting different Palestinian communities and bringing together a plethora of view points, studies, and experiences regarding the Palestinian cause.

After eight years of conflict, Palestine refugees continue to be one of the most vulnerable groups in Syria, with immense humanitarian needs.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8626