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Published on Jun 20, 2014
Harry Fear is an independent British filmmaker maker and journalist, based in Gaza. Harry is well-known for his reporting of the Gaza war in November 2012. He lectures on the Israel-Palestine conflict, Gaza and media bias in Europe, North America, Australasia and Malaysia. He trains Palestinians on outreach to Western audiences. He's also co-director of the Welcome to Gaza Convoy that takes media-making delegations to Gaza. In this talk, he discusses the significance of love in relation to parts of the world that have been stigmatised in the media.
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