08/01/2017  BDCC Project”

We have been asked by the organising committee of the Balfour Declaration Centenary Campaign (BDCC) in the UK to put together an exhibition documenting British complicity in the gradual demise of Palestine since 1917. We will be using images of Palestine under the British Mandate to the present day, so if anyone has suitable photographs from this period please send them on.  

​This exhibition is now complete and was displayed as part of the JUST Festival’s, Balfour thread during this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August, where it caused some controversy due to constant vandalisation by pro-Israeli members of the public. At one point police demanded that some pictures be taken down. Our subsequent complaint to the police authority was subsequently upheld and a full apology was issued.

The exhibition has also been shown in the village of Al Mas’ra, near Bethlehem, and will appear at the Universities of East Anglia and Birzeit during Israel Apartheid Week this year.

3/1/2017 New Project “Displaced”

We are currently working on a project entitled “Displaced”.  This  seeks to explore the experience of living as a Palestinian refugee or displaced person in Palestine and the diaspora.

We showed this throughout August in  this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and then took it to Inverness and Lochinver in the north of Scotland, where it was received  to great acclaim.

In December 2017 this exhibition also appeared in Gaza City, and we hope to show it in Ramallah in due course.

It has recently appeared once more  in Edinburgh this time in the  Upright Gallery during January, and will then be on show throughout the month of February at Arbroath Library in the east of Scotland.

For future venues and dates check out our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/nppalestine/

1/1/2017  NPP wins charity status

We have recently been awarded charity status by the Scottish Charity Regulator (SC046699). We would therefore like to invite you to become a member of our organisation. This will bring with it various advantages.

Membership is free of charge. All you need to do is contact us by e-mail giving details of your Name,Date of Birth, and Home Address or town. You may also like to consider how you may wish to help us in our work. Please remember, you do not have to be an expert photographer to join our group. We are are always looking out for people with IT, administrative or organisational skills who may wish to help out.

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