• Belgian Trade Union Federation Adopts Boycott!

    [Motion passed by FGTB Centrale Generale/ABVV Algemene Centrale on 3 June 2010] Decent work is impossible under military occupation On May 31st, the Israeli army attacked a convoy with 10,000 ton of humanitarian aid on its way to the Gaza-strip. Among the unarmed campaigners, at least 10 people got killed and 30 people were wounded! […]

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  • Cochin Port Union Boycotts Israeli Ships and Cargo

    THE trade unions in Cochin Port have reached an understanding amongst themselves to boycott Israeli ships and cargo arriving at Cochin Port in protest against the siege of Gaza by Israeli forces. The boycott began on June 17 on receipt of information that cargo unloaded at Colombo Port from Israeli ship m/v Zim Livorno 16 […]

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  • Swedish Dockworkers Block more than 500 Tons of goods to and from Israel

    The Swedish Dockworkers’ Union blockade of goods to and from Israel has ended. Altogether more than 500 tons of import and export goods were blocked. At 24:00 on Tuesday evening the 29th of June the Swedish Dockworkers’ Union ended the week-long blockade against goods to and from Israel. The undramatic end of the action meant […]

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  • EU-Israel talks skirt around Jerusalem police headquarters

    David Cronin, The Electronic Intifada, 1 July 2010 BRUSSELS (IPS) – Talks aimed at reaching an intelligence-sharing agreement between the European Union and Israel have skirted around the location of Israel’s national police headquarters in occupied East Jerusalem. In 2005, the EU decided that Europol, its law enforcement office, should negotiate a formal cooperation agreement […]

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  • 11 unions back campaign to boycott Israel

    Sun 27 Jun 2010 The international campaign for boycott, sanctions and divestment against Israel is starting to gain leverage in Australia, especially since the recent killings of nine Turkish solidarity activists. Since the May 31 attack on the flotilla of peace activists who were attempting to break the siege of Gaza and deliver humanitarian aid, […]

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  • Workers Stand Against Israeli Apartheid

    [blip.tv ?posts_id=3825781&dest=-1] Workers Stand Against Israeli Apartheid 48 min. 2010 Labor Video Project In a historic labor/community protest on June 20, 2010, more than five hundred people joined picket lines in the Port of Oakland SSA terminal to call on ILWU Local 10 and ILWU Local 34 members not to cross the picket lines and […]

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  • British trade union calls for boycott

    By JONNY PAUL 06/24/2010 22:27 One of UK’s largest unions votes for boycott, expelling Israeli envoy. One of Britain’s largest trade unions passed a motion at its annual conference in Bournemouth last week accusing Israel of lying over the Gaza flotilla incident and has called for a complete boycott of Israel and for the expulsion […]

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  • Oakland Demonstration Hailed A Success For BDS

    Palestine Monitor 25 June 2010 The Freedom flotilla, whilst unsuccessful in reaching its destination, raised an important message along with its sails: that the siege on Gaza must end. Now, through the efforts of international solidarity campaigns and Trade Unions, Israel’s own ships are being used to raise protests against Israel’s blockade. In the early […]

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  • Turkish Dock Workers Union Joins Boycott against Israel

    June 23, 2010 From www.sendika.org The working class movement in Turkey is starting to join the Boycott Against Israel Campaign. While the working class movements around the world has escalated the campaign against Israel by refusing to unload Israeli cargo ships, the Dock Workers Union “Liman-Is” is the latest union in Turkey joining the anti […]

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  • Swedish dockworkers boycott Israel

    Swedish dockworkers have launched a week-long boycott of cargo to and from Israel to protest against the raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla that killed nine people last month. About 1,500 members of the Swedish Dockworkers Union began the boycott on Wednesday across the country’s ports, which handle more than 95 per cent of Sweden’s […]

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