Auditorium and halls

The auditorium in the original Ibdaa building can seat up to 100 people and provides Dheisheh refugee camp with a venue equipped with a stage plus lighting and sound systems. This enables the community to hold many events and it was the first hall with such facilities in Dheisheh camp.  

The venue is regularly used by Ibdaa to host internal events as well as conferences, festivals and cultural and social activities involving external organizations and the local community. The Dance troupe also uses the hall for rehearsals and performances.

A mural in the auditorium portrays three martyrs from Dheisheh who represent differing aspects of the conflict, while the ceiling honors all refugee camps in Palestine and abroad.  The refugees’ right to return as stated in UN Resolution 194 is also shown on one of the walls. 

Ibdaa new building contains five floors that includes halls and offices used to implement activities and projects. 

If interested in renting a hall in Ibdaa buildings, please refer to the services form on the website.