CAFeko Akziodunen Batzarreko ekintzaileak: Jerusalem okupatutik alde!; Jaitsi Apartheid Trenetik!

CAFen Akziodunen Batzar Nagusia (ABN) dela eta, giza eskubideen aldeko ekintzaileek manifestazioa egin dute beste behin CAFek Beasainen (Euskal Herria, Espainiar Estatua) dituen bulegoen aurrean, non "ABN ekitaldia" egiten ari zen , CAFi eta bere akziodunei esateko: Jerusalem okupatuan legez kanpoko negozio honi amaiera emateko!

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PACBI Statement

The recent announcement by the British writer Ian McEwan that he will accept the Jerusalem Prize on 20 February 2011 during the Jerusalem Book Fair has disappointed many of his admirers around the world. In response to calls to reject the prize and refrain from participating in the book fair, he has said, "I think one should always make a distinction between a civil society and its government. It is the Jerusalem book fair, not the Israeli foreign ministry, which is making the award. I would urge people to make the distinction – it is about literature.” [1]

January 28, 2011
PACBI Statement

June 12, 2011
PACBI Statement
Occupied Ramallah, 25 February 2012
 
We are writing to you from the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI) to urge you in the strongest terms to cancel your participation in the International Writers‘  Festival to be held in Jerusalem (Mishkenot Sha‘ananim) from May 13-18, 2012.
February 25, 2012
PACBI Statement

The Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI) urges Jazz performers and fans to boycott the 26th Red Sea Jazz Festival in Eilat running from July 30th to August 2nd, 2012. PACBI believes that this festival, as with similar cultural initiatives supported by Israeli state institutions, is designed to whitewash the crimes of Israeli apartheid. The festival boasts on its website sponsorship by a score of Israeli official organisations, including the Ministry of Culture and Sport, the Ministry of Tourism and the Eilat Municipality, amongst others...

July 14, 2012
PACBI Statement
It is with great disappointment that the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI) has learned of your scheduled performance in Israel set for October 16, 2012 [i]. Given that Israel is involved in grave violations of international law and human rights we urge you to cancel this gig until the time comes when Israel is in compliance with its obligations under international law and fully respects Pales
October 19, 2012
PACBI Statement
January 27, 2013
PACBI Statement

We at the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI) call on our sisters and brothers in the United Arab Emirates to cancel Alicia Keys’ scheduled concert in Dubai on November 15 due to her support for apartheid Israel [1].

August 2, 2013
PACBI Statement

The month of January has seen a burst of energy on the academic and cultural front of the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement with worldwide and mainstream media attention.  BDS news has been covered in the Washington Post, Financial Times, Bloomberg, New York Times, CNN, and other media where BDS advocates have previously been ignored or censored.  The world is beginning to understand that Israel cannot be treated with exception while it continues to violate international law, and that criticism and resistance against Israel&rsquo

February 6, 2014
PACBI Statement

The Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI) is gravely alarmed that the 11th EBS (South Korea Educational Broadcasting System) International Documentary Festival taking place in Seoul between 25-31 August 2014, is to include a conference on the theme of ‘the frontier of world documentary – Israel’.

August 11, 2014