نتائج البحث على: Briefing
"Apoyo la convocatoria a un embargo de armas
porque deseamos la paz y la justicia para palestinos
e israelíes por medios no violentos."
-- Arzobispo Desmond Tutu
In May 2012 the Norwegian Union of Municipal and General Employees (NUMGE) and Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA) published a report demonstrating that Norwegian authorities and companies, through financial investments and trade, are involved in activities that contribute to Israel’s breaches of international law and human rights. The report further revealed how groups in Norway give direct support to the occupation by means of monetary transfers to individual settlements.
This briefing is an accompaniment to a call issued by Palestinian agricultural organisations for action to end trade with Israeli agricultural com
A new report by Who Profits investigates the involvement of Israeli and multinational pharmaceutical industries in the occupation and the structure of a Palestinian captive market.
The Paris Protocol, which regulates the financial relations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, is a significant part of the 1993 Oslo Accords. The Protocol placed Israel and the future Palestinian state under the same taxation envelope. In general, this means that Palestinians continue to depend on Israeli policies, customs laws, and services for the import and export of goods.
A new report issued this month, researchers at Who Profits project have documented that Ahava's Israeli cosmetics company products are manufactured in the Jordan Valley Mitzpe Shalem settlement and exploit the Palestinian natural resources.
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Taking its cue from the unified Palestinian call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) against Israel, Targeting Israeli Apartheid examines the Israeli economy and details the Israeli and international companies complicit in Israeli state repression.