Commonsense Rules for Reporting & Consuming News on Palestine


In this episode of Occupied Thoughts — which comes in the context of ongoing violence in Palestine that only lately broke through to mainstream headlines when the casualties were Israelis — Inès Abdel Razek (Executive Director, the Palestine Institute for Public Diplomacy) speaks with FMEP’s Lara Friedman about what journalists need to keep in mind when reporting on Palestine, and what the public needs to keep in mind as they consume Palestine-related news.

Occupied Thoughts by FMEP · Commonsense Rules for reporting & consuming news on Palestine

 Recorded January 30, 2023 | Watch on YouTube

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Inès Abdel Razek is the Executive Director of the Palestine Institute for Public Diplomacy (PIPD). Prior to joining the PIPD in 2019, Inès held advisory positions in the executive offices of the Union for the Mediterranean in Barcelona, the UN Environment Programme in Nairobi and the Palestinian Prime Minister’s Office in Ramallah, on international governance and development cooperation policies. Inès is also a policy member at the think-tank Al-Shabaka and an Advisory board member of the social enterprise BuildPalestine. Inès holds a Master’s degree in Public Affairs from Sciences-Po, Paris.

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