A lecture in English by professor Susan Akram, Boston University School of Law, given on 16 July 2011, at Amel Association's Amel House of Human Rights, as part of the 2-week Summer School on Law and Armed Conflict held in Beirut.
The lengths of all 4 parts is approximately 3 hour and 20 minutes. The lecture title was: The Status of Palestinian Refugees in International Law and in Arab States: Statelessness, Protection and the Obligation of Host States.
The talk addressed among other issues the following: UN Agencies in charge of Palestinian Refugees, Assistance and protection mandates, Definition of a Palestinian Refugee, Stateless Palestinians, and Palestinian Refugees in Arab Host States.
Professor Akram also gave a talk on the Rights of Palestinian Refugees in International Law (to be uploaded and posted on this blog soon).