On Saturday 24 March, the Palestinian Delegation in collaboration with the Canberra Palestinian Community (CPC) hosted a community picnic on the shore of Lake Burley Griffin to celebrate the Easter period and to honor both the success of the Palestinian Community Football Team and the Dabkeh troupe members who performed...
On Friday 23 March, the Palestinian Delegation participated in the Harmony Day event at Hughes Primary School. With a focus on cross-cultural understanding and exchange, Harmony Day is an opportunity for the students, many of whom come from diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds, to acquaint themselves with some of the...
On Thursday 15th March, Ambassador Abdulhadi attended the book launch for 'Hilda Rix Nicholas and Elsie Rix’s Moroccan Idyll' at the Moroccan Embassy in Canberra. The event was kindly hosted by Moroccan Ambassador Karim Medrek and presented by the book’s author Professor Jeanette Hoorn.
On Wednesday 7th of March, Ambassador Abdulhadi was invited by NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian to attend the Anzac Memorial International Soil Project’s event at the Parliament House in Sydney.
Ambassador Abdulhadi participated in a workshop organized by “Falesteen” Society in Brisbane on March 4.
The Palestinian Ambassador, in his capacity, as the Deputy of the President of the OIC Heads of Mission Group, has Co-Chaired the Plenary meeting of OIC Group in Canberra. The meeting discusses the annual plan of the Group including meetings with Australian officials, Australian civil society and the conduction of...
The Embassy of Palestine in Canberra continued its efforts to strengthen and empower Palestinian communities in Australia and New Zealand. In this context, Ambassador Abdulhadi accompanied by First Secretary Ms. Noura Salah visited Adelaide on February 24 to participate in the last State Based Palestinian Community Consultation workshops.
The Parliamentary Friends of Palestine at the Federal Australian Parliament in cooperation with the Palestinian Embassy in Canberra has organized a briefing on the consequences of President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel.
The Embassy of Palestine in Australia/Canberra participated, on Saturday February 17, in the National Multicultural Festival 2018 organized and sponsored by the Australian government annually. The Festival celebrates Australia multiculturalism and diversity and allows for the various ethnicities to showcase and introduce their culture and heritage.
Ambassador Izzat Abdulhadi and Councellor Suheir Gedeon attended a function celebrating Australia Day, upon invitation by Australian Prime Minister Hon. Malcolm Turnbull. The Day has been attended by Australian officials, representatives of the International and Arabic Diplomatic Corps in addition to representatives from Australian community.