Boycott Resources


Milestones in the history of the Israeli BDS movement: A brief chronology by Rachel Giora

Towards a Global Movement: A framework for today’s anti-apartheid activism by BDS Movement. “Towards a Global Movement: A framework for today’s anti-apartheid activismThis report is an extensive study on the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement compiled by the Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign and published in 2007. The report considers the scope for the development of a global BDS activism which can work in accordance with the goals set out by Palestinians in their calls. It assesses the various objectives of BDS initiatives and concludes with a framework of goals, priorities and aims to take such work forwards. The oft-cited model of the international anti-apartheid movement against South Africa is explored to see if it forms a relevant basis for today’s BDS activism, and what strategies may be applied from past campaigns. The Arab League boycott is also considered, and what can be learnt from other boycott experiences that stretch back over half a century.”

DEFRA: Technical advice: labelling of produce grown in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Read the DEFRA report here. “The Government has received requests from retailers, consumer groups and NGOs for greater clarity about which origin should be stated on food and drink goods that have been produced and packed in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT). Their enquiries have focused particularly on the distinction between products from Palestinian producers and products from Israeli settlements in the OPT.”


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