Updates from the palestinian BDS (Mexico)
Following protests, the Mexico City Metro removed 12 photographs from the exhibition "A look at Israel" sponsored by Israel’s embassy in Mexico.
Eight international chefs, all women, are set to participate in the Round Tables festival
Palestinian workers', women's and farmers' associations urge international chefs to cancel their participation in Round Tables 2018 in Tel Aviv. "It is an attempt to whitewash Israel’s grave violations of Palestinian human rights."
Short-list of the top 30 BDS moments of 2017, reflecting massive, collective work by supporters around the world. The BDS movement for Palestinian rights grew among trade unions, social movements and mainstream churches, in universities, among star athletes and prominent cultural figures, in parliaments and at the United Nations. It has compelled major multinationals to end their respective complicity in Israel’s egregious violations of Palestinian human rights, and grows stronger every day.
As Right-Wing Governments Unite, We Must Unite to Build A World Without Walls
Over 200 Latin American organizations, coalitions, social movements and personalities published a July 9 letter addressed to the Board of Directors of Cemex, the Mexican multinational company, calling on it to end the company’s complicity in Israel’s human rights violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory.
Carlos Santana did not respond to numerous appeals from conscientious fans and went ahead with his Tel Aviv concert