Breaking the Silence - Israeli Soldiers' Testimonies from the Occupied Territories
The Society of International Affairs (UF) invites you to an exciting lunch lecture on Friday 19 April!
Free lunch baguettes for the 30 first guests!
Breaking the Silence, formed in Jerusalem in 2004, is an organization aiming at revealing the reality of everyday life in the Occupied Territories, with the help of testimonies from soldiers who have served in the Israel Defence Forces.
Dana Golan, 29, from Herut, Israel, joined the IDF in 2001. She has served as an officer in the Education Corps, at the Hebron Boarder Police Base, and at the Military Prison in Zrifin, until her release from the army in 2004. Dana served as the Executive Director of Breaking the Silence 2009 - 2013. Dana will tell us about Breaking the Silence, and the new book "Bryt tystnaden!" (Leopard) which was released in Sweden this year.
The lecture will be held in English, and please note that this is a lunch lecture, starting at 12:30!
Entrance fee is 20 SEK, free for members of the Society of International Affairs (UF).
Membership is only 50 SEK for one year, and can be paid at the entrance.
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Göteborg, Sprängkullsgatan 25
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