Celebramos la resolución de la Corte Penal Internacional sobre su jurisdicción para investigar los crímenes del apartheid israelí

Frente a la favorable resolución de la Corte Penal Internacional (CPI), hacemos un llamado a no dejarse amedrentar ante la presión de Israel y sus aliados, e implementar inmediatamente la investigación de los crímenes de lesa humanidad del régimen de Israel.

Results for: Hewlett-Packard

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Groups worldwide participated in the #BoycottHP Global Week of Action, creatively asserting the demand that HP Inc and HPE end their complicity in Israel’s apartheid, military occupation and settler-colonialism against the Palestinian people

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Trade Unions taking lead in opposing HP complicity in Israel's violations of Palestinian rights

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This memo reflects the Palestinian BDS National Committee's position on who bears responsibility for human rights violations in cases of corporate restructuring and splits.

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Global Week of Action Inspired by South Africa Boycott of Polaroid Will Target HP Companies: Nov. 25 – Dec. 3
Human rights groups plan to protest HP’s complicity in Israeli occupation

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Portland, OR (October 26, 2016)— The student senate of the Associated Students of Portland State University (ASPSU) passed a resolution earlier this week brought forward by Students United for Pale

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Portland, OR (October 26, 2016)— The student senate of the Associated Students of Portland State University (ASPSU) passed a resolution earlier this week brought forward by Students United for Pale

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University of Toronto Graduate Students Union 

Endorses BDS Campaign

 On 10 December 2012, the University of Toronto’s Graduate Student Union (GSU) voted overwhelmingly in favour of a resolution to endorse the global campaign for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS), at their

December 13, 2012
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Declaración BNC

"There comes a time when silence becomes betrayal." --Rev Dr.

July 7, 2012
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On Tuesday, I will be visiting Pittsburgh to perform my Pink Floyd hit "The Wall" at Consol Energy Center. By coincidence, the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA) has gathered this week in Pittsburgh.

One issue the Presbyterians will be debating is whether to take action in support of Palestinians living under Israeli occupation in the West Bank, under siege in Gaza and as second-class citizens in Israel under the rule of the apartheid government there.

I write in support of those Presbyterians who would like their church to divest its holdings in three U.S.