نتائج البحث على: Academic Boycott
26 May 2009
Palestinian academics have been heartened by the outpouring of solidarity with our people on the part of British academics and students – the latter attested to by the creative "student occupation movement" in the wake of the brutal Israeli war against the Palestinian people in Gaza last December and January.
PACBI Statement: "British academic union deals one more blow to business-as-usual with the Israeli academy"
BRICUP Statement "UCU Congress endorses boycotts, divestment and sanctions against Israel despite legal warning"
The full text of all the motions, except for late motions and late amendments, can be read here
Mick Napier [Sumoud] 17 May 2009 - Five BDS Campaign activists face charges following their interruption of a performance during the 2008 Edinburgh International Festival by an Israeli musical ensemble.
"Boycott movement can help stop Israeli ethnic cleansing"
17 May 2009
PACBI, 5 May 2009 - Twenty-one staff members of the University of Tromsø (www2.uit.no/www/inenglish) have signed a call for boycott of all Israeli academic institutions.
The initiative calls for the University to "establish an academic boycott of Israel", of Israel‘s "institutions of education, research and culture, and the institutions‘ representatives, regardless of religion and nationality."
York Centre for International and Security Studies -Academic Boycotts and Contemporary Conflict
Debate to be held on 11 May 2009
Israeli Apartheid is not Fiction! Cancel the special tribute to Israel in the London Sci-Fi Festival!
PACBI - Open letter to the organizers and attendees of Sci-Fi-London International Festival 2009
Ramallah, 29 April 2009
Rafeef Ziadah [ZNet] 19 April 2009
Cultural resistance, consciousness, and Palestinian existence
Since its inception Israel has taken great pains to destroy all signs of Palestinian culture and target Palestinians who chose cultural production as their method of resistance. Edward Said explained "Culture is a way of fighting against extinction and obliteration", and it is basic to colonial policy to present the colonized as primitive, backward and uncultured.
Rahela Mizrahi, [Electronic Intifada] , 1 April 2009 - When schools under the United Nations flag are targeted, when children are targeted, when a whole population is systematically deprived of food and water, sanitation and electricity, the various UN agencies affected should not be content with protest alone -- they should live up to their responsibility by taking action.