Persons in prison taking part in a mass hunger strike in California to demand basic human rights and an end to solitary confinement have suspended their protest. Read more about California prisoners suspend hunger strike protest after 59 days
Pelican Bay prison
Prison authorities in California and Israel are using similar tactics to try and break hunger strike protests inside jails, including force-feeding. Read more about Prisoners see linked struggles in California, Palestine
Artist Nidal El-Khairy on international hunger strikes. Read more about Pelican Bay to Palestine
Michael Deas of the Palestinian National BDS Committee assesses the eight years of boycott victories since the initial call by Palestinian civil society in 2005. Read more about BDS campaigner: "Israel no longer the attractive investment that it once was"
“I announce my full solidarity with my 30,000 oppressed brothers in the American prisons,” former hunger striker Khader Adnan writes from Palestine. Read more about Khader Adnan expresses solidarity with 30,000 hunger strikers in California prisons
Solidarity actions are launched between prisoners in California’s Pelican Bay and Palestinians in Israeli jails. Read more about Prisoner solidarity from Palestine to Pelican Bay