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AICafe 8.12: Behind the lens in Gaza

Published on 06 December 2012

Please join us at the AICafe on Saturday 8 December 2012 from 7.30 p.m. for Behind the Lens in Gaza with ActiveStills photographer Anne Paq.


 Ruins of Al Adad family buildings in Gaza city (Photo: Anne Paq)


Anne Paq, a French photographer and human rights specialist, will describe her experiences in the Gaza Strip during Israel’s Operation Pillar of Defence last month. She will show and comment on a selection of photographs that will provide an overview and first-hand account of what happened. Paq will share analysis and discuss the challenges journalists and the media faced in Gaza during this time and in general.


Anne Paq is a French photographer and human rights specialist. She focuses her work on refugees, human rights violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory and the impact of Israel’s occupation on Palestinian lives.


Additional information about Paq and her work may be found on:


Please join us for this singular event!

The AIC is a joint Palestinian-Israeli activist organization engaged in dissemination of information, political advocacy and grassroots activism.  The AICafè is a political and cultural café open on Tuesday and Saturday night from 7pm until 10pm. It is located in the Alternative Information Center in Beit Sahour, close to Suq Sha’ab (follow the sign to Jadal Center ). We have a small library with novels, political books and magazines. We also have a number of films in DVD copies and AIC publications which critically analyze both the Palestinian and Israeli societies as well as the conflict itself.


Please join us at the AICafe on Tuesday 16 September from 7.30 p.m. for Sabra and Shatila with Basem Sbaih.  Sabra and Shatila are two Palestinian refugee camps in Beirut, Lebanon where between 700-3,500 Palestinian refugees were...