Occupied Life. A conversation with Raja Shehaden and Penny Johnson
What is living in Palestine like following 50 years of Israeli occupation? After spending several decades in Ramallah, Raja Shehadeh and his wife Penny Johnson have each written a personal account of how life has changed – for both people and animals – but also how an occupied life quickly becomes an everyday existence.
Shehadeh and Johnson meet Palestine researcher Kjersti G Berg in conversation.
The conversation will be held in English
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