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The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the occupied Palestinian territories, Richard Falk, today called on the UN General Assembly and civil society to take action against Israeli and international businesses that are profiting from Israeli settlements
Activists vow to increase protests at Wellness Warehouse after company chooses to continue misleading consumers
Protests at the South African store will continue after it emerged that it will continue to sell Ahava products, which are produced in an illegal Israeli settlement
A new report from al-Haq criticises Israeli cosmetics firm Ahava
Abigail Disney, a principal investor of Shamrock Holdings Incorporated, the Roy E. Disney family fund, announced today that she is disclaiming her share of Shamrock’s investment in Ahava Dead Sea Laboratories.
250 European academics call for exclusion of Ahava and Israeli arms companies from EU research projects
The letter, whose signatories include Gérard Toulouse, a member of the French Academy of Science, Malcolm Levitt, a member of the UK Royal Society, and renowned philosopher Slavjoj Zizek, argues that the particpation of companies like Ahava and Elbit Systems “undermines both the reputation of these programs and the stated goals of the European Union and its member states”.
Marking the seventh anniversary of the call for BDS, a selection of highlights that gives a taste of the spectacular growth of BDS over the last two years
The BNC warmly welcomes the Presbyterian Church (USA)’s resolute vote to boycott all products from Israeli colonial settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory and to call on all nations to “prohibit the import of products made by enterprises in Israeli settlements on Palestinian land.”
A new report issued this month, researchers at Who Profits project have documented that Ahava’s Israeli cosmetics company products are manufactured in the JV Mitzpe Shalem settlement and exploit the Palestinian natural resources
Simon Natas is involved with the organization Jews for Justice for Palestinians and has defended a number of Palestine solidarity activists, including four who blockaded the cosmetics retailer Ahava’s London flagship store
A new report by Who Profits investigates the business and trade of Ahava – Dead Sea Laboratories, a private Israeli cosmetics corporation which operates from the occupied West Bank