A small school for Bedouin children in the desert lands of the occupied West Bank has unintentionally become a critical player in the future viability of the two-state solution in Israel-Palestine. This film tells the story of the ‘mud and tyre’ school at Al Khan Al Ahmar, where a legal battle struggles to overturn demolition orders and forced eviction by the Israeli government, and explores the impact on the surrounding Bedouin Palestinian communities. Produced by film-maker Helen Eisler and human rights academic, Dr Alice Panepinto.
The International Criminal Court’s 2017 Update Report on its Examination into the Situation in Palestine
18th December 2017 At the start of this month, the Office of the Prosecutor (“Prosecutor’s …