Results for: United Kingdom

Alerta de Acción

Take action now to urge the drivers for the W Series women's race series to respect the call from the Palestinian Speed Sisters to drop Puma until it ends support for Israeli apartheid. 

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PSC won a major legal victory, defeating the UK government's anti-democratic efforts to repress BDS for Palestinian rights

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The BDS movement welcomed the decisions not to renew contracts in Jordan with G4S, the world’s largest security company.

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100+ European groups joined a Palestinian call to coordinate Israeli Apartheid Week events with International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination activities on March 21

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Puma sponsors the Israel Football Association (IFA), which includes settlement teams, and Puma’s exclusive licensee in Israel, Delta Galil is listed in the United Nations database of settlement companies.

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80+ progressive, anti-racist groups across Europe joined a Palestinian call to integrate the struggle against Israeli apartheid into European mobilizations for the annual International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on March 21

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In 1988, PM Thatcher banned local council boycotts and divestment against apartheid South Africa. Now, Boris Johnson plans to ban local council boycotts and divestment against apartheid Israel. It was wrong then, and it’s wrong now.

Declaración PACBI

Responses to Norwegian singer Aurora's concerts in apartheid Tel Aviv

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At the UK Labour party's annual conference, the party voted overwhelmingly for refugees right to return, to stop “any arms trade with Israel that is used in violation of the human rights of Palestinians” and to apply international law to UK trade with Israel.

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The UK’s Trades Union Congress, representing 48 unions and six million people, voted for ending arms trade with Israel that violates Palestinian rights, and to pressure corporations to end complicity in violations of Palestinian rights