• Netherlands boycott action for Ramadan

    Successful BDS action in Utrecht (the Netherlands) Start of the Campaign: Don”t buy Israeli dates for Ramadan On July 9, the international BDS day of action, over 25 people handed out flyers to the visitors of the Turkish Ulu Mosque in Utrecht. The flyers said: Don”t forget Gaza, Don”t buy Israeli dates for Ramadan. The […]

    Continue reading
  • One year of Ahava campaign

    Today to mark the 5th anniversary of the Palestinian civil society boycott call and the one-year anniversary of the launch of the Stolen Beauty AHAVA boycott campaign, CODEPINK NYC will be joining with Brooklyn for Peace and Adalah-NY to protest the sale of AHAVA Cosmetics at the Ricky”s store in Brooklyn. You can join us […]

    Continue reading
  • Indigo Bookstores BDS action

    Join us at Palestinian and Jewish Unity”s weekly picket of Indigo bookstore to celebrate the successes of the first 5 years of the global movement for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) against Israeli apartheid! Friday July 9 12pm In front of Indigo Bookstore 1500 McGill College St., corner Ste-Catherine Metro McGill This Friday marks the […]

    Continue reading
  • California dockworkers reject meeting with Israeli consul

    Report, The Electronic Intifada, 9 July 2010 Two weeks after the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) in the San Francisco Bay Area joined with activists at the Port of Oakland to block the unloading of an Israeli Zim Lines cargo ship, the union reaffirmed its support of Palestinian rights despite pressure from the Israeli […]

    Continue reading
  • Still Boycott Marks and Spencer?

    6 July 2010 Our response to an issue that has been raised on more than one occasion by activists regarding the boycott of Marks & Spencer. QUESTION: I am concerned that information on M&S is out of date. They are a PLC now, not a family company owned by the Seiff family. Along with the […]

    Continue reading
  • New York City AHAVA Boycott Demonstrations

    This week we will join with other groups using the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Campaign to pressure the Israeli government to respect human rights & international law, and to raise money for an important documentary film about Operation Cast Lead, the assault on Gaza. Friday, July 9th-Meet at 107 Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights, between […]

    Continue reading
  • Interview With Swedish dockworker Erik Heldesson of the Swedish Dock Workers Union About Dockers Boycott Of Israeli Cargo

    Interview With Swedish dockworker Erik Heldesson of the Swedish Dock Workers Union About Dockers Boycott Of Israeli Cargo http://www.laborforpalestine.net/wp/2010/07/04/voices-of-the-middle-east-and-north-africa-interviews-swedish-dockworker/ Interview with Swedish dockworker about boycott of Israeli ships and cargo The June 30, 2010 Voices of the Middle East and North Africa, of KPFA 94.1 FM in Berkeley, featured an interview with Erik Heldesson of […]

    Continue reading
  • Economy of the Occupation: BDS Boycott Desinvestment and Sanctions Part 1

    This is a series of chapters in which Shir Hever, economist of the AIC explains the mechanisms and background of the boycott campaign that affects products produced in Israel.

    Continue reading
  • AHAVA action in NYC on 5th anniversary day

    Friday, July 9th CODEPINK NYC joins Brooklyn for Peace at noon on Montague Street in Brooklyn for a STOLEN BEAUTY AHAVA Boycott Demonstration to mark the 5th Anniversary of the Palestinian civil society boycott call. Tell Ricky”s NYC NO MORE AHAVA! AHAVA Cosmetics are made by Israeli profiteers in Occupied Palestine. Meet at 107 Montague […]

    Continue reading
  • Boycott of colony goods must continue

    Palestinians who work for colonist companies should also face repercussions * Gulf News * Published: 00:00 July 6, 2010 The Palestinian National Authority (PNA) is trying to find new ways to tighten an economic boycott of products manufactured in West Bank colonies. And at the same time, the PNA is also imposing stiff fines and […]

    Continue reading