Renewing cooperation on water: what hope for the two-state solution?

By Jan Selby* A new agreement between Israel and the Palestinian Authority gives Israel carte blanche to expand water provision for illegal settlements. 15 January, on the very same day that diplomats from 70 countries were meeting in Paris to reaffirm their support for the two-state solution, Israeli and Palestinian officials announced that they were … Continue reading Renewing cooperation on water: what hope for the two-state solution?

Forging Solidarity, taking a stand on Palestine

During the International Conference of Critical Geography, which took place from 26-30 July 2015 in Ramallah/Palestine, the International Critical Geography Group endorsed the Academic Boycott of Israel in support of the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions campaign and the anti-colonial struggle of the Palestinian people.* This past summer the International Critical Geography Group (ICGG) convened its … Continue reading Forging Solidarity, taking a stand on Palestine

The Political Ecology of Everyday Life under Settler Colonialism III – Reporting from Palestine

The Jordan Valley, in the northeast of the West Bank, is another area emblematic of the injustices Israeli occupation and settler colonialism are inflicting on Palestinians. It also showcases the dramatic extent of Israel’s water enclosures. This is the third part of a series by ENTITLE fellows on our experiences during the International Conference of … Continue reading The Political Ecology of Everyday Life under Settler Colonialism III – Reporting from Palestine

The Political Ecology of Everyday Life under Settler Colonialism II – Reporting from Palestine

By Melissa García Lamarca Picking up from the first post by several ENTITLE fellows on our experiences in Palestine at the International Conference of Critical Geography, this post focuses on dispossession, appropriation and the erasure of (certain) histories in the city of Jaffa. Traveling from Ramallah to Jaffa: a lesson on dispossession through cement As … Continue reading The Political Ecology of Everyday Life under Settler Colonialism II – Reporting from Palestine

The Political Ecology of Everyday Life under Settler Colonialism I – Reporting from Palestine

In July 2015 a group of ENTITLE fellows travelled to Palestine to attend the International Conference of Critical Geography in Ramallah. The following piece is the first part of a series on the political ecology of life under settler colonialism in the West Bank. ENTITLE in Palestine The International Conference of Critical Geography, which took … Continue reading The Political Ecology of Everyday Life under Settler Colonialism I – Reporting from Palestine