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Apartheid in the fields: From occupied Palestine to UK Supermarkets

Click here to download Apartheid in the fields: From occupied Palestine to UK supermarkets or Click here to buy a copy or Read online Israeli agricultural export companies are profiting from the Israeli colonisation of Palestinian land. In 2005 a… Continue Reading

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Trading under siege: the dying export industry in the Gaza Strip

Corporate Watch researchers visited the Gaza Strip during November and December 2013 and carried out interviews with farmers in Beit Hanoun, Al Zaytoun, Khuza’a, Al Maghazi and Rafah, as well as with representatives from Union of Agricultural Work Committees (UAWC),… Continue Reading

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An insider’s account of the Sainsbury’s AGM

Corporate Watch were inside the Sainsbury’s AGM yesterday. Here’s an account of what happened: Campaigners protesting outside the Sainsbury’s AGM at the QE2 conference centre in Westminster yesterday called for the company to cease working with companies profiting from Israel’s… Continue Reading

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Open letter to Sainsbury’s shareholders

The Sainsbury’s Annual General Meeting is being held in London tomorrow. This is Corporate Watch’s message to the shareholders attending the AGM. Corporate Watch urges you to pressure the Sainsbury’s management to listen to the call from Palestinians living under… Continue Reading

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Farming under siege: Working the land in Gaza

Corporate Watch researchers visited the Gaza Strip during November and December 2013 and carried out interviews with farmers in Beit Hanoun, Al Zaytoun, Khaza’a, Al Maghazi and Rafah, as well as with representatives from Union of Agricultural Work Committees (UAWC),… Continue Reading

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Poverty wages and child labour in the settlement of Beit Ha’Arava: Conditions for settlement workers in the Jordan Valley – Part two

During January and February 2013 Corporate Watch conducted interviews with Palestinians who work in the illegal Israeli settlements in the Jordan Valley. Part one of our findings can be viewed here. We met Fares*, Younes* and Jammal* near the Northern… Continue Reading

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Mehadrin: New evidence of mislabelled settlement produce

On February 9th a coalition of civil society groups have called for an international day of action against Israeli agricultural companies in line with the movement for boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israeli militarism, apartheid and colonisation. Corporate Watch researchers… Continue Reading

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Companies trading from Ro’i settlement in the Jordan Valley

As part of Corporate Watch’s efforts to map settlement exports from the Jordan Valley, we visited the illegal Israeli settlement of Ro’i earlier this year. Established in 1976, Ro’i is a “typical” Jordan Valley settlement in that it has a… Continue Reading

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Reasons to be cheerful(ish): the boycott as seen from the occupied Jordan Valley

Despite the fact that there is -as demonstrated by this web-site- clearly a lot of more work to be done for people campaigning for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions of Israel, a recent visit to the Jordan Valley confirmed that there… Continue Reading

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Netiv Hagdud and Gilgal

Netiv Hagdud and Gilgal are two illegal Israeli settlements set back from Route 90 South of Fasayil and Tomer in the occupied Jordan Valley. Between the two settlements is a fenced agricultural area which exports fruit and vegetables internationally. Produce in… Continue Reading