It?s Hell' nationwide talk/presentation by ISM activist
Dublin talk will take place on TUESDAY THE 20th
OF MAY at 7.30pm in the upstairs Meeting Room
in the Irish Film Centre (IFC), Eustace Street, Dublin
2. All welcome.
IPSC are proud to host 'Palestine: It?s Hell', a talk
and presentation by ISM activist and hydrologist John
Reese, during the week 19th-24th of May.
Reese was in Palestine for seven months in 2002 working
with the International Solidarity Movement (ISM) and
the Palestinian Hydrology Group (PHG). While in Palestine
he coordinated the ISM actions, was the coordinator
for the Olive Harvest Campaign and was the nonviolence
trainer for ISM. He also collected information on
the environmental effects of the illegal Israeli occupation
of Palestine and was one of the authors and editors
of the Palestinian Environmental NGOs Network's (PENGON?s)
first report on the Israeli Apartheid Wall.
traveled to over 40 cities across the US in January
and March, 2003, showing his slide presentation and
telling stories about people living under occupation.
A peace activist since the Vietnam War and a hydrogeologist
and environmental consultant for 20 years, John will
be in Ireland from May 19th to May 24th, giving talks
in Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Galway, and Sligo about
the impacts of war and the occupation on the environment
Dublin talk will take place on TUESDAY THE 20th OF
MAY at 7.30pm in the upstairs Meeting Room in the
Irish Film Centre (IFC), Eustace Street, Dublin 2.
of other venues will be circulated when available,
but dates are as follows:
20th: Dublin (see above)
24th: Belfast (tbc)
intends to return to Palestine after his Irish tour
to continue his environmental assessment of the problems
caused by the occupation. Funds raised at these talks
will help John to continue the work he has been doing.
IPSC strongly encourages all members and supporters
to attend these interesting and informative talks.
further information, please contact Irene at 087 207
2187 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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