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Common Assembly: Refugee Heritage Nomination

2021-05-12
On the seventy-third commemoration of the ongoing Nakba, May 14, 2021, the Common Assembly will discuss the nomination to recognize Dheisheh refugee camp and the forty-four villages as World Heritage Sites.
Stateless Heritage 01, Brass Plaque, 2021. Image by: DAAR- Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti
Stateless Heritage 01, Brass Plaque, 2021. Image by: DAAR- Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti

Friday 14 May, 6 PM (CET)
Online at: www.refugeeheritage.org
During the assembly, after DAAR’s presentation of the nomination book-dossier, the participants to the Common Assembly will be asked to express their reasons for or against endorsing the nomination of Dheisheh Refugee Camp and the forty-four village of origin as World Heritage Sites.
Opening and chairing the Common Assembly (5 min)
Shourideh C. Molavi
Presentation of the nomination book-dossier (15 min)
DAAR - Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti
Endorsements by participants (60 minutes)
Confirmed participants include: Yara Al Afandi, Nora Akawi, Qussay Abu Abuaker, Khalil Al-Laham, Bisan Al-Jafari, Ayat Al Torshan, Osama Al-Jafari, Mohamed Al-Saifi, Yazid Anani, Nick Axel, Ariella Azoulay, Daoud Barakat, Zoe Butt, Beshara Doumani, Anan Abushanab, Nasser Abourahme, Ayed Arafah, Omar Al-Qattan, Nada Ghandour-Demiri, Magnus Ericson, Ismae'l Sheikh Hassan, Wafa Hourani, Charles Esche, Bana Kattan, Samir Harb, Nikolaus Hirsch, Sari Hanafi, Nadim Khoury, Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi, Muhammed Jabali, Ilana Feldman, Omar Hmidat, Elena Isayev, Matteo Lucchetti, Jawad Malhi, Sara Pellegrini, Nora Razian, Pelin Tan, Paulo Tavares, Naila Sabra, Rasha Salti, Diego Segatto, Leila Shahid, Dima Srouji, Jad Tabet, Cecilia Widenheim, Eyal Weizman, Tirdad Zolghadr.
The nomination dossier was prepared by DAAR Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti as part of the presentation of Refugee Heritage at the 17th Architectural Biennial in Venice.
Photographic documentation by Luca Capuano. It was made in consultation with Dheisheh Camp Popular Committee, Al-Feniq Cultural Center, Ibdaa Cultural Center, Riwaq Center for Architectural Conservation and the Centre for Cultural Heritage Preservation in Bethlehem and Campus in Camps.
The publication of the Refugee Heritage has been made possible with the generous support of the Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm; IASPIS, the Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Programme for Visual and Applied Artists; Van Abbemuseum; Art Jameel in Dubai.

 
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