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Update

As Israel’s apartheid regime escalated its violent oppression of Palestinians, scholars, academic departments, artists, cultural institutions, star athletes, sports teams, unions, queer filmmakers, LGBTQIA+ collectives, students and other grassroots groups responded with unprecedented solidarity.

Update

The 2800-member strong association voted to advance a motion to the full MESA membership supporting the Palestinian-led BDS movement and the institutional boycott of complicit Israeli universities following a thorough process of engagement over many years.

In the News

Independent Jewish Voices Canada (IJV) and the Academic Alliance Against Antisemitism, Racism, Colonialism & Censorship in Canada (ARC) applaud the Canadian Association of University Teachers (

In the News

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is refusing to grant visas for Israeli players to participate in a major squash tournament next month, the sport's governing body says, sparking anger in the Jewish state.

November 25, 2021
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Following its decades-long commitment to “eliminate inequalities, correct injustices,” RLSC votes to support the BDS movement and the boycott of complicit Israeli academic institutions.

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Momentum is rapidly growing in the international campaign to boycott Israel's hosting of the annual Miss Universe pageant

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The Episcopal Church of Vermont stood up loudly against Israel’s U.S.-backed oppression of the Palestinians, Nov. 4, as its annual convention, condemning by an 89-25 majority what it said are the Jewish State’s apartheid policies. Similar resolutions will soon be considered by other Episcopal dioceses.

BNC Statement

The Centre International De Solidarité Ouvrière is a major coalition of 60+ Quebec labour unions and civil society groups, has unanimously passed a motion endorsing BDS and urges the Canadian government to designate Israel as an apartheid state.

Blog

In a year marred by Israeli apartheid brutality and massacres, Palestinian hope and unity shine through.