PART 2 Materials ∵ section A Academic ∵ “Law and Politics: Options and Strategies of International Law for the Palestinian People”— Birzeit [Proceedings] An International Law Conference organized by the Birzeit University Insti tute of Law, the Civic Coalition for Palestinian Rights in Jerusalem and the Decolonizing Palestine Project and convened at the Birzeit University on 8–9 May 2013 Summary of Proceedings and Outcomes Prepared by the organizing committee, July 2013 I Introduction: the conference and the follow-up process 144 II Conference proceedings 147 1 Methodology 147 2 Presentations (inputs) by the speakers 148 III Main outcomes of the debates 158 1 Main issues debated, including differences of opinion and points of agreement 158 2 Issues and practical steps suggested for the follow-up process 165 I Introduction: The Conference and the Follow-up Process Aims and Objectives This conference aimed to create space for Palestinian academics, human rights activists and political actors to discuss options and strategies of interna- tional law from a theoretical and practical perspective. It was to critically reflect on the impact and limitations of the international humanitarian law (IHL) paradigm that has dominated discourse and policy on Palestine for the past 45 years, and to examine alternative legal frameworks which are more appropriate for
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