Israeli Apartheid Week a success despite attempts to shut it down

4 March 2017 - 11:15am

Statement from the Israeli Apartheid Week UK organising committee:

The 13th annual Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) was successfully launched on more than 30 university campuses across the UK over the past two weeks.

UNIQLO caves to campaign pressure and publishes factory list

1 March 2017 - 11:00pm

This is a lesson for UNIQLO. They might have an international network of factories but garment workers have an international network of people who stand in solidarity with them and have shown that they are prepared to act in support of them.

Israeli Apartheid Week factsheet

“One has to keep telling the [Palestinian] story in as many ways as possible, as insistently as possible, and in as compelling a way as possible, to keep attention to it, because there is always the fear that it might just disappear.” ( Edward Said, 2003).

Israeli Apartheid Week is an international series of educational events that seeks to raise awareness about Israel’s military occupation, apartheid policies and decades long settler-colonial project.

#1DayWithoutUs: War on Want says ‘stand with migrant workers’

20 February 2017 - 8:15am

Today many migrant workers across the UK face racism, abuse and exploitation fuelled by years of hostile policies and anti-migrant rhetoric. We must fight for the rights of migrants, celebrate migrants’ crucial contribution to society and stand with migrant workers.

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