The motion below has been passed overwhelmingly by Exeter UCU:
Branch notes that Israeli settlements in occupied territory constitute a breach of international law, as is affirmed by (among many others) the British Government, the United Nations (Security Council and General Assembly), the International Court of Justice, the International Committee of the Red Cross, and the High Contracting Parties to the Geneva Convention.
Branch notes therefore that, because Ariel University is built in a settlement, for the University of Exeter to recognise degrees from Ariel University, or to collaborate with Ariel University in any way, would be complicity in the breaking of international law.… Read on ...
Waltham Forest Remembers Palestinian ‘Nakba’
Bring your picnic!
Join us for a celebration in
Walthamstow Town Square!
4th May 1pm – 4pm• Kite decorating • Dabke dance workshop
• Poetry readings • Henna art & face painting
• Handmade gifts from Palestine
• Speakers from local Palestine solidarity organisations incl.
WFCOM, trade unions, Jewish groups, Cyclist for Palestine and more!… Read on ...
On Wednesday 21st November, a group of residents from Tower Hamlets Palestine Solidarity Campaign presented a petition to the full council meeting, requesting that the council ‘Safeguard Palestinian Solidarity’.  This was in response to the recent adoption of the controversial International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism, without any caveat that would enable Palestinians and their supporters to continue to speak out freely about harmful actions of the Israeli government.
Tower Hamlets Palestine Solidarity Campaign are pleased that in response to our petition councillors Sirajul Islam, Kevin Brady, and Mayor John Biggs made supporting statements in solidarity with Palestine.… Read on ...