The Socialists and Democrats (S&D) grouping issued its statement in response to the narrow defeat of an effort to block a new EU-Israel trade pact
Activism and BDS Beat
Boycott campaigners confronted Los Angeles city officials and urged them not to renew contracts with Veolia because of the company’s involvement in Israel’s human rights violations.
Student activists at Earlham College announced today that Sabra brand hummus would no longer be sold at the school’s coffee shop.
Providing a solid legal framework for BDS activism, a Palestinian rights organization has published a legal report about the responsibility of states in relation to Israel’s settlement enterprise
On this week’s roundup of BDS news: A South African university adopts a full academic and cultural boycott of Israel; A new Sodastream store will be protested every week in Brighton; and much more!
Ties between South Korea and Israel have contributed to Israel’s impunity, activists say
BNC calls on a Palestinian businessman to end “shameless” normalization of “the worst type.”
Issues first raised by boycott, divestment and sanctions movement are now being taken up by European governments.
Internationally acclaimed Lebanese group Mashrou’ Leila has will not open for Red Hot Chili Peppers in Beirut, after a boycott call.
Settler leaders are aggrieved at a new global boycott “trend” among international multinational firms to pull factories out of illegal Israeli colonies in the occupied West Bank.