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As a non-profit organisation, The Freedom Theatre relies on the generosity and support of individuals around the world who make it possible for us to offer cultural activities to the children, youth and adults in Jenin refugee camp and beyond. It is important for us to know if we are successful in our communication, and what we can do better. ... Read More »

Nabil Al-Raee speaks in Geneva

Nabil Al-Raee, artistic director of The Freedom Theatre, is in Geneva to participate in two events at Theatre Saint-Gervais: November 24 at 20:00 The Freedom Theatre: its history, values and perspectives. Discussion between Nabil Al-Raee and Aline Alterman, philosopher and art historian from Paris, moderated by Emmanuel Deonna, City Councillor (Geneva) and co-president of the Geneva Cercle Martin Buber. November ... Read More »

‚The Wanted 18‘ screened at The Freedom Theatre

On November 10, we show ‚The Wanted 18‚ at The Freedom Theatre! The film depicts how 18 cows became Israel’s most wanted fugitives and symbols of Palestinian resistance. ‚The Wanted 18‘ is a 2014 Canadian-Palestinian animated documentary about the efforts of residents in Beit Sahour to start a small local dairy industry during the First Intifada, hiding a herd of ... Read More »

A new journey has begun!

After many months of preparation, a new adventure has begun at The Freedom Theatre: a one-year training program in early childhood education, based on a pedagogy of creativity and play! The program follows extensive research and involves both Palestinian and international specialists in early childhood education. 12 participants, mainly preschool teachers and preschool managers from across the Jenin area, will explore how to ... Read More »

Open letter to Invest in Peace: Before peace comes freedom

In September 2016, The Freedom Theatre was approached by Invest in Peace, a US initiative engaged in „creating economic and people-to-people partnerships among Palestinians and Israelis“, according to its website. Invest in Peace opposes the Palestinian BDS Movement, of which The Freedom Theatre is a strong supporter. Invest in Peace wrote to let us know that our organisation had been chosen to ... Read More »