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Irish unions launch Israel boycott campaign

9 July 2015, via Irish Congress of Trade Unions CONGRESS LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN CALLING FOR BOYCOTT OF ISRAELI SETTLEMENT GOODS The Irish Congress of Trade Unions today (July 9) formally launched a campaign calling for the boycott of Israeli settlement goods. … Continue reading

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Blockade stopping Gaza reconstruction: ITUC

7 July 2015, via International Trade Union Confederation One year after the devastation of Gaza, which cost over 2,000 lives and destroyed thousands of buildings and vital infrastructure, Israel’s blockade of the Palestinian territory, mirrored by Egypt, is stopping vital … Continue reading

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Palestinian child labour – new report

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‘Ripe for Abuse: Palestinian Child Labor in Israeli Agricultural Settlements in the West Bank’ Report from Human Rights Watch, April 2015 Out of school, doing risky work for low pay (Jerusalem) – Israeli settlement farms in the West Bank are … Continue reading

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Palestine and the right to strike

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18 February 2015, via Democracy and Workers’ Rights Centre – Palestine On the occasion of the global day of action in defense of the right to strike, called for by the ITUC in response to attacks by employer groups at … Continue reading

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First US labour union votes to divest from Israel

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 10 December 2014, via Labor for Palestine (US) Historic: UAW 2865 Becomes First Major US Labor Union to Support Divestment From Israel IN SOLIDARITY WITH PALESTINIAN WORKERS AND STUDENTS. VOTING MEMBERS APPROVE CALL FOR DIVESTMENT by 65%; 52% PLEDGED TO … Continue reading

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First Polish trade union endorses BDS

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 6 January 2015, via Kampania Solidarnosci z Palestyna IN SOLIDARITY WITH PALESTINE WE BOYCOTT ISRAEL’S OCCUPATION Statement by the National Commission of Workers’ Initiative Trade Union in Poland In response to the international appeal issued by the Palestinian civil society … Continue reading