[22 October 2022: London] The Director of the International Centre of Justice for Palestinians, Tayab Ali, has today accepted an award from the Palestinian Forum in Britain, in recognition of his contribution to Palestinian human rights.
The Palestinian Forum in Britain are a non-profit organisation dedicated to serving the Palestinian community in the United Kingdom, and to promoting cultural and political awareness of the Palestinian struggle.
The ICJP is an independent organisation of lawyers, politicians and academics who support the rights of Palestinians and aim to protect their rights through the law, by coordinating and supporting legal work which supports the rights of Palestinians in Israel, the Occupied Palestinian Territories and the wider diaspora. Tayab Ali has served as the director of the ICJP since it was founded in 2021.
Tayab Ali, ICJP Director & Partner at Bindmans LLP said;
“I am grateful and honoured to have received this award from the Palestinian Forum in Britain. Supporting the rights of Palestinians has long been a cause close to my heart; one that I have been privileged to work on in various capacities over the course of my career, and will continue to work on for many years to come. I am proud to accept this award on behalf of all human rights advocates working for Palestinian Rights and on behalf of ICJP.”