Michael Goldin has recently completed a law degree and is soon to commence a masters in legal and political theory at University College London. He is particularly interested in European human rights, the philosophy of human rights and the Israeli/Palestinian conflict.
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaAn inversion of democracy: the case of Alabama and Israel
Democracy does not end at the ballot box. All humans are equally deserving of respect. The legislators of Alabama...
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaH2: the experience of a generation
Palestinians whose houses are on the a-Shahuda are prevented from leaving home by their front doors and must exit by...
Iboga Nights: the last chance saloon
Only one conclusion from this film: iboga should obviously be made safe and available to those who are undergoing...
Avi Mograbi making sure we don’t see something that isn’t there
The motivation becomes artistic. You want to tell a story like a good storyteller and then you become political...
Avi Mograbi and conflict
He makes films about his people, his history, his politics and so ultimately he is making a film about himself. Film review.
Scrap heap, scrap yard
Most of us share hard work, family and the hope of an easier future. Most of us want love, companionship and to be...