This book grew out of a one-day conference hosted in 2019 at the British Library in London, organised by the Palestinian Return Centre with the collaboration of the Al Jazeera Centre for Studies and the European Centre for Palestine Studies at the University of Exeter.

The exile of Palestinian refugees remains at the heart of the Palestinian struggle for justice and liberation. UNRWA at 70 engages the themes surrounding this UN Agency and Palestinians beyond the logics of humanitarianism. The book brings together scholars from Palestine, Lebanon, Qatar, the UK, Canada and elsewhere, who specialise in the fields of politics, history, sociology and law, and are renowned for producing critical research on the Arab region and in particular on the displacement of Palestinians. This project follows previous co-published books by the Palestinian Return Centre and the Al Jazeera Centre for Studies, which include World War I Impact on Palestine: A Hundred Year legacy (2016) and Palestinian Refugees in the Arab World: Realities & Prospects (2015). 

Authors: Karen Abu Zayd, Francesca Albanese, Sari Hanafi, Anne Irfan, Johnny Mansour, Sophie Richter-Devroe, Ilan Pappe, Terry Rempel

Publisher: The Palestinian Return Centre & Al-Jazeera Center for Studies

What you Will Get?

THIS is a PDF electronic book (an online version of the book)

Condition is soft copy as .PDF format Dispatched in your e-mail after successful payment you will be sent a downloadable PDF file via email 

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UNRWA at 70: Palestinian Refugees in Context (Soft Copy)

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