Talk entitled 'Is A Two-State Solution Still Possible?'. Ghada, a leading Palestinian activist, academic, writer and a research Fellow at the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies at the University of Exeter. She also held posts at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, London and at the School of Oriental and African Studies. She was born in Jerusalem but had to leave with her family in 1948. She qualified in medicine from Bristol University and London University. She has been involved in political lobbying for the Palestine cause for many years and her books include 'Jerusalem Today: What Future for the Peace Process?' and 'The Palestine Exodus 1948-1998'. Her most recent book is a memoir entitled 'In Search of Fatima: a Palestinian Story' (Verso Press, 2002) which has been widely acclaimed for its originality and style.