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Nada Elia


Nada Elia is a Diaspora Palestinian scholar, writer, public speaker and a member of the Palestinian Feminist Collective.

Academic institutions must refuse to be complicit in apartheid and occupation by collaborating with Israeli universities, which directly support the Israeli regime in its oppression of Palestinians, writes Nada Elia.

21 April, 2023

With 35 states already banning the boycott of Israel, anti-BDS laws are now being used as templates for criminalising other forms of protest. A new documentary, Boycott, shows just how far-reaching and nefarious the threat is, writes Nada Elia.

23 August, 2022

States of Journalism: Metras’ attack on queer Palestinian communities for undermining the national struggle is deeply disappointing, and fits into a global rise in right-wing targeting of those most impacted by structural violence, writes Nada Elia.

29 July, 2022

From the US Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the right to abortion, to Israel’s racist gendered violence against Palestinian women, the weaponisation of reproductive rights by states and settler colonies must be fought collectively.

14 July, 2022

Comment: With Trump effectively killing off the 'peace process', we can focus on the real solution: Grassroots activism and global solidarity, writes Nada Elia.

12 December, 2017

Comment: Israel is using its tolerance of the 'vegetarian lifestyle' to deceptively market itself in its latest moral crusade, writes Nada Elia.

19 September, 2017

Comment: The Rohingya and the Palestinian people have much in common: They have been persecuted, repeatedly displaced, denied citizenship and are now subjected to genocide, writes Nada Elia.

12 September, 2017