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Today 51 Canadian filmmakers issued a statement of protest to Hot Docs documentary film festival stating “as members of the film and arts community, we are deeply disappointed to learn that Hot Docs has decided to partner with the Israeli organization CoPro Documentary Marketing Foundation.
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The Coalition Against Israeli Apartheid (CAIA) is disappointed to learn that Hot Docs has partnered with the Israeli organization “CoPro Documentary Marketing Foundation” to organise a Canadian Delegation to CoPro 13, a forum for international documentary co-productions to be held in Tel Aviv from 23 – 30 May, 2011.

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The St. Louis Palestine Solidarity Committee (STL-PSC) welcomes the decision by program organizers to disinvite Israeli hip-hop artist Marvin Casey from Universal Beatz, a week of performances at Washington University in St.

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Wikimania, the annual conference of the Wikimedia community, is set to be held in Haifa in August.

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A 'Brand Israel' event that was due to focus on Israeli food and had been sponsored by the Israeli Embassy  has-been canceled following pressure from BDS activists in the Basque country.

The event, due to take place in Hondarribia, a town in the Basque country, was cancelled following pressure from Euskal Herria-Palestina Sarea, the Basque Palestine solidarity network, and other groups and individuals.

The event was due to feature Miller Omer Israeli chefs, Eyal Lavie and Yossi Elad Sharon Mika. Yarden Golan Heights Winery WAS Also Involved in the project.

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PACBI, the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel, recently released its March 2011 newsletter, with many informative updates and articles.

It is available here: http://pacbi.org/newsletter/march2011.php

This issues includes the latest regarding the decision by the University of Johannesburg to sever links with Ben Gurion University, an article by David Cronin on Israeli involvement in Eur

March 15, 2011
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In one of the highest profile endorsements of BDS to date, Roger Waters of rock sensation Pink Floyd has written of his support for BDS in a Guardian op-ed.

He writes:

In my view, the abhorrent and draconian control that Israel wields over the besieged Palestinians in Gaza and the Palestinians in the occupied West Bank (including East Jerusalem), coupled with its denial of therights of refugees to return to their homes in Israel, demands that fair-minded peopl

March 11, 2011
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In one of the highest profile endorsements of BDS to date, Roger Waters of rock sensation Pink Floyd has written of his support for BDS in a Guardian op-ed.

He writes:

In my view, the abhorrent and draconian control that Israel wields over the besieged Palestinians in Gaza and the Palestinians in the occupied West Bank (including East Jerusalem), coupled with its denial of therights of refugees to return to their homes in Israel, demands that fair-minded peopl

March 11, 2011
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Open Letter to those responsible for the ITB:

To Whom it may concern:

In light of the upcoming International Tourism Convention that will take place from 9-13 March 2011 inBerlin, we would like to remind you of the social responsibility that you have made known.

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The following video and open letter were published by Palestinian Queers for BDS.