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TUC, representing nearly six million UK workers, also urges trade unions worldwide to join the international campaign to #StopAnnexation and end apartheid.
As response to Israeli raids, 60+ musicians, artists, writers and filmmakers say Britain should support Palestinians' call for targeted and lawful sanctions
Following campaigns, university divests from Booking.com, Caterpillar, CEMEX and many more complicit companies
Following engagement with local Palestinian rights supporters over Puma's support for illegal Israeli settlements, UK Championship League club Luton Town FC drops Puma.
Take action now to urge the drivers for the W Series women's race series to respect the call from the Palestinian Speed Sisters to drop Puma until it ends support for Israeli apartheid.
The UK football club Forest Green Rovers has pledged not to work with Puma as long as it remains involved in Israel's violations of Palestinian rights.
UK Prime Minister Johnson urged to impose sanctions if Netanyahu carries out threat to annex parts of West Bank
PSC won a major legal victory, defeating the UK government's anti-democratic efforts to repress BDS for Palestinian rights
The BDS movement welcomed the decisions not to renew contracts in Jordan with G4S, the world’s largest security company.
100+ European groups joined a Palestinian call to coordinate Israeli Apartheid Week events with International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination activities on March 21