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Join a BDS campaign

Thanks to strategic and creative campaigns taking place across the world, the BDS movement is having a real impact and inspiring many to act for justice. The best way to contribute to the Palestinian people’s struggle for freedom, justice and equality is to get involved in a BDS campaign in your city or country.

Thousands of organisations and groups are part of the global BDS movement. You can use the tool below to connect with organisations that are main partners of the Palestinian BDS National Committee (BNC), the broadest coalition of Palestinian networks that leads and supports the BDS movement.

The "Canadian BDS Coalition" has never been part of the BDS movement, led by the Palestinian BDS National Committee (BNC). The BNC has asked the coalition to remove BDS from its name.

We found 8 campaigns around you

Boycott Israel Network

The Boycott Israel Network (BIN) is comprised of individuals and organisations committed to campaigning for a comprehensive boycott of Israel, in response to the 2005 call from Palestinian civil society, until Israel complies with International law and the fundamental rights of the Palestinian people.

London Palestine Action

A network of people in London taking creative action against Israeli apartheid. We hold open meetings the last Tuesday of every other month.

Association of Palestinian Communities in Scotland

A grassroots organisation actively advocating Palestinian freedom and the right of return through BDS.

Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign

Scottish PSC is an extension to the Palestinian struggle for freedom against Israel's programme of ethnic cleansing and genocide in Palestine. SPSC exists to channel public opposition to the Zionist settler colonial project into an effective and dynamic Scottish component of the global campaign that sends a powerful message of solidarity with the Palestinian people and a warning to Israel that its crimes must end.

UK-Palestine Mental Health Network

Raise awareness within mental health community, establish relationships between UK and Palestinian colleagues, challenge individuals and organisations to respond to Palestinian call for boycott, divestment and sanctions.

British Committee for Universities of Palestine

British Committee for Universities of Palestine (BRICUP) is an organisation of UK based academics, set up in response to the Palestinian Call for Academic Boycott. Its twin missions are: - to support Palestinian universities, staff and students, and - to oppose the continued illegal Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands with its concomitant breaches of international conventions of human rights, its refusal to accept UN resolutions or rulings of the International Court, and its persistent suppression of Palestinian academic freedom.

Artists for Palestine UK

Artists for Palestine UK (APUK) is a growing network of artists and cultural workers who wish to make a stand in support of justice and equality for the Palestinians. Signatories to the Artists' Pledge for Palestine have committed to principles of BDS as they apply to their own cultural practice. On the one hand APUK seeks to shine a light on the many ways in which Israel inhibits Palestinian cultural life, and on the other it develops projects that facilitate greater engagement and understanding between British cultural practitioners and their Palestinian counterparts. Our booklet 'The Case for a Cultural Boycott of Israel' is available from our website.

Palestine Solidarity Campaign

Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) is a community of people working together for peace, equality, and justice and against racism, occupation, and colonisation.

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