We are very pleased that with your help we have emailed candidates in 612 of the constituencies in the election – from Airdrie to Yeovil and from Aberconwy to York Central.
However we still have much to do over the next 90 days to push Palestine up the political agenda and ensure that it is THE international issue that the next Parliament delivers on.
It is not simply about reaching all the candidates, but ensuring that they each receive as many emails as possible, demonstrating to them how many of us care about justice for Palestine!
– If you haven’t already used our easy e-tool to contact your local candidates, take a moment to do so!
– If you have already emailed your candidates and haven’t received a reply, please chase them! If you have received a reply, please forward us their responses.
– And please, please ask friends and family to email their candidates too! The more emails candidates receive, the more impetus they will feel to commit to human rights in Palestine.
Get involved and take action. Let’s make sure all candidates know how we feel about Palestine!
If you know of candidates that aren’t listed please let us know.
Take action on Hewlett Packard!
Tell HP’s CEO: “Don’t aid Israel’s war crimes”
Almost 9000 people have already signed our pledge not to buy HP products. Now we’re going directly to those at the top of HP and putting pressure on them to end the company’s complicity in Israel’s lethal occupation. Join the voices calling on them to end their involvement in Israel’s war crimes.
Sign our letter now!
HP provides Israel with specialised technologies which are integral to Israel’s system of oppression of the Palestinian people. HP profits from the illegal Israeli occupation by providing:
- Key IT systems used by the Israeli navy to enforce the deadly blockade and destruction of Gaza
- Technologies used by the Israeli army to stop the free movement of Palestinians living in the West Bank, and to maintain Israel’s illegal occupation of Palestinian land, such as the BASEL system
- Services and technologies to major Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank, including Ariel and Mod’in Illit
The letter, with all your signatures, will be delivered to HP before its main shareholders meeting in March. Let’s get thousands of signatures onto the letter!
| ============================================================Palestine: The Tipping Point. PSC Action Summit A PSC and SOAS Palestine Society joint event – Saturday 14th March in London
Registration now open – Tickets selling fast! Free tickets for students!
PSC’s Action Summit is a day of interactive workshops for activists and supporters.
It will provide an empowering space for activists to plan around key issues, including BDS campaigns, media bias, the 2015 General Election, and tackling the arms trade.
We already have an exciting list of speakers including Karma Nabulsi (Palestinian
academic), Omar Barghouti (co-founder of BDS movement), Owen Jones (author,
activist and journalist at The Guardian), Hugh Lanning (PSC Chair) and Sarah
Colborne (PSC Director).
More inspiring and experienced activists will be running the workshops throughout the day so that we can come up with concrete actions to strengthen our movement and the struggle for a free Palestine.
To join PSC and get the PSC member ticket price for this event and all future events please click here!
News and events
PSC’s submission to the consultation on Prevent duty guidance – Read it here =>
Case dropped by CPS against Elbit demonstrators – Read more=>
Head of UNHRC group investigating war crimes in Gaza resigns following Israeli pressure – Read more=>
The ugly truth about Israel’s actions in Gaza – Read more=>
European Parliament last minute cancellation of address by battalion commander of notorious Golani Brigade – Read more=>
Israel’s abduction and jailing of 14 year old school girl, Malak al Khatib – Read more=>
Sunday 8 February – London Socialist Film Club: Palestinian Film Screenings Read More
Monday 9 February – Beyond the Clinic, Beyond Borders – University of Leicester Read More
From 12 February – Palestinian Play: Fireworks, at the Royal Court Theatre, London Read More
Sunday 1st March – Dismantling Racism and Colonialism: challenges for the BDS movement – in Birmingham Read More
Wednesday 4 March – Tom Hurndall Memorial Lecture, at Manchester Met University Read More