Following the Israeli government’s recent attacks in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and against its own Supreme Court, our new Think Change podcast explores the growing threat to human rights for all those affected.
According UN experts, the recent Israeli air strikes and ground operations in the occupied West Bank focussing on the Jenin refugee camp, which left many dead and displaced 4000 people, constitute war crimes and a violation of international law.
As Israel’s far-right government continues to attack its own checks and balances, we look at the chilling effect this could have on democratic values around the world. After five decades of occupation, what are the implications of a ‘one state reality’ for human rights and the rule of law?
- Sara Pantuliano (host), Chief Executive, ODI
- Kenneth Roth, attorney, human rights activist, and writer
- Francesca Albanese, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the occupied Palestinian territories
- Ihsan Adel, lawyer, PhD researcher and Founder and Chair of Law for Palestine