Ambassador Abdulhadi and Embassy staff attended a a wonderful theatre production entitled "Where the Streets Had a Name", based on the novel by renowned Palestinian-Egyptian-Australian author Randa Abdel-Fattah, adapted to theatre and directed by Eva di Cesare.
We at the Embassy of the State of Palestine would like to seize the opportunity of Eid Al Adha to wish the Muslim, Arab and Palestinian communities in Australia and New Zealand a very pleasant Eid full of joy, love and peace.
Ambassador Abdulhadi and Embassy staff attended a dinner that was organised by the Australia Palestine Advocacy Network (APAN).
Ambassador Abdulhadi attended a fundraising dinner organized in Sydney to support the Gaza Surf Project, who aim to train Gazan youth in surfing and hope to create a surfing center in the future.
Ambassador Abdulhadi discussed the current situation in Palestine in a webinar, hosted by the Palestine Israel Ecumenical Network (PIEN).
Ambassador Abdulhadi attended the launch of Peter Manning’s book Janet Venn Brown. The event was a great success and was widely attended by New South Wales MPs and prominent members of the community.
Upon an invitation by Australia Arab Association, Ambassador Abdulhadi conducted a successful visit to Perth/West Australia during the period from, June 29 to July 3.
This time it was to celebrate the Eid El Fitr.
A Policy Forum on Palestine has been conducted in sydney yesterday, June 27 and sponsored by the NSW labour Party.
The Ambassador and staff of the Embassy of Palestine had a collective iftar on June 22.